Shigeru Ban wins this year’s Pritzker Architecture Prize, coined as “the most prestigious” award in the field of architecture. Known for his use of innovative materials to house disaster victims, Ban has been lauded as one of the most talented and achieved living architects of our time. Here, we take a look back at some of Ban’s most memorable works, from his Curtain Wall House, Paper Church and Naked House to his Cardboard Cathedral. Our friends at Arch Daily landed an exclusive interview with the architect, which is available on view below.
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