Citation from the Pritzker Prize Jury
"The architecture of the 2012 Pritzker Prize Laureate Wang Shu, opens new horizons while at the same time resonates with place and memory. His buildings have the unique ability to evoke the past, without making direct references to history. Born in 1963 and educated in China, Wang Shu's architecture is exemplary in its strong sense of cultural continuity and re-invigorated tradition."
Throughout these pages, discover the early architecture of Wang Shu and why this architect and his work were cited by the Pritzker Architecture Prize Jury. For more information about the life and career of this rising star, see Wang Shu, The Rise of the Scholar Architect at About.com.Source: From paragraph 1 of the Pritzker Prize Jury Citation
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