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Mar252010

Should Santiago Calatrava win a Pritzker? Vote and comment.

We'll find out the news this Sunday, March 28, 11 AM(PDT).  http://www.pritzkerprize.com/
In the meantime, participate in our poll in the sidebar.
Have a better choice?  Give us your opinion.  Comment.

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Santiago Calatrava deserves to be a Pritzker awardee for his wonderfully crafted and whimsical architectural innovations. He has combined the elements of linear geometries in a musical form as if one were listening to a
stringed instrument of an orchestra. His works evokes the passage of wind along a canopy of trees bending in succession like a bow as it swings back and forth along the bridge of a violin. Calatrava's time has come to be
a top contender for the Prizker prize in architecture.

June 26, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGeronimo Busabos

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