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Did Richard Rogers just hint at a Pritzker Prize winner?

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In a recent interview with AN, Lord Richard Rogers commented on his recent experience on the Pritzker Prize jury. As we eagerly await the announcement on March 7, our editors are speculating who could be on his mind…

“Yesterday I was a judge of the Pritzker Prize and we made the choice—can’t talk about it. But, it was extremely interesting, the number of Indian architects and South American architects, there are architects dealing with problems like housing for the poor and working with immensely exciting new materials and places and responding to this. In that sense, it is better, it is broader. I can phone and e-mail as easily as I can go next door. The digital is global. So on the one hand the world is getting smaller… Politically, well, let’s not discuss it.”

With Alejandro Aravena as the 2016 Pritzker Prize winner and RCR Arquitectes taking home the prize in 2017, architects from India and South Asia could be a good bet. Who do you think will win the 2018 Pritzker Prize?

Read the full interview with Lord Rogers, here.

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