Isozaki has been prolific, with a career that began in Post-War Japan but has surpassed six decades and produced over one hundred buildings on multiple continents.
The #MeToo movement and allegations against Richard Meier should push us to rethink how we evaluate architectural merit.
The Indian architect, who receives his Pritzker Architecture Prize today, exudes a joyful humility, akin to his architecture.
The celebrated Indian architect Balkrishna V. Doshi discusses key influences over his 70-year career, especially the figure of Le Corbusier.
This year's prize winners highlight the importance of collaboration—as well as the integration of landscape—within the architectural profession.
The pioneer of sustainability and lightweight structures was notified of the honor before his death on March 9.
The Austrian architect was a pioneer of Postmodernism, for whom everything was architecture.
Metropolis sits down with this year's Pritzker winner.
The recent controversy over Denise Scott Brown and the Pritzker Prize served as both a litmus test on the status of women in the field, and a wake-up call for an entire profession struggling for relevancy and respect.
What needs to happen to keep women practitioners engaged in the architecture profession?