Peter Zumthor

Pritzker Prize-winning architect

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2009 winner of the Pritzker Prize and author of Thinking Architecture

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In the last couple of weeks, two of the large-scale Pacific Standard Time Presents exhibits have opened; one at LACMA, showcasing Peter Zumthor’s design to replace four buildings on…

“Sculptural” Architecture at MOCA and LACMA

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