Tadao ando architecture - The Hyatt Foundation has provided the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize to Toyo Ito, 71, of Japan. Ito has created some of the magnificent architecture of the few many years, because the tsunami in 2011 he has been openly involved with humanitarian efforts in his personal nation. He is the sixth architect from Japan to win considered the maximum honor in architecture; the old ones are Kenzo Tange (1987), Fumihiko Maki (1993), Tadao Ando (1995) the duo Kazuyo Sejima Ryue Nishizawa (2010). Ito has been practicing the Nineteen Seventies, however his massive portfolio of accomplished buildings belies any formal consistency or linear evolution in his structure.
"When one constructing is completed," he says, "I become painfully aware of inadequacy, and it becomes to the next project. Probably this method need to preserve repeating itself within the. Therefore, I will by no means repair my architectural vogue & never be satisfied with my works. "A formal held at the John F.
Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston on Wednesday, May 29, JFK's birthday. . See the Daring Experimentalist Who Won 2013's Pritzker Prize.