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FAMOUS FILIPINO ARCHITECTS

PABLO S. ANTONIO Ideal Theater, Avenida Rizal


National Artist for Architecture - 1976 FEU Main Building
White Cross Sanitarium, San Juan
Manila Polo Club, Makati
Guzman Institute of Electronics (Ramon Roces Publications Building)
Captain Luis Gonzaga Building
Boulevard-Alhambra, Bel-Air
Life Theater
Scala Theater
Lyric Theater
Galaxy Theater
Syquia Apartments, Malate
Monterey Apartments

RUFINO ANTONIO Iglesia ni Kristo Chapel (1st)

LUIS ARANETA Manila Doctors Hospital


Times Theater (with JOSE MARIA ZARAGOSA)

JUAN ARELLANO Post Office Building


Jones Bridge
National Museum - Legislative Building (with ANTONIO TOLEDO)
Metropolitan Theater
Gota de Lecha (with ARCADIO ARELLANO)
Negros Occidental Provincial Capitol
Rizal Memorial Stadium
Supreme Court
UP Manila - Villamor Hall

OTILLIO ARELLANO New York World's Fair World Expo - Salakot


Mehan Garden
National Bureau of Investigation
Palacio del Gobernador
RCBC, Buendia (with FELIPE MENDOZA)
San Juan Municipal Center

CARLOS ARGUELLES Cathedral of the Holy Child


Aglipayan Church
Development Bank of the Philippines, Buendia
Holiday Inn (Trader's Hotel)
Manila Hilton (with GABRIEL FORMOSO)
Phil-Am Homes, Q.C.
Phil-Am Life, UN Avenue
Philippine National Bank, Escolta
Tuscany Apartment
Urdaneta Apartment

WELTON BECKET Jai Alai Building - Sky Room

CESAR CONCIO UP, Church of the Risen Lord


UP College of Arts and Sciences - Palma Hall
UP College of Engineering - Melchor Hall
Baclaran Church - Mother of Perpetual Help
Children's Memorial Hospital
Insular Life, Ayala
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FAMOUS FILIPINO ARCHITECTS

WILLIAM COSCOLUELA Robinson's Galleria


SM North
Alabang 400
Alexandria Condominium (with ROGELIO VILLAROSA)
Atrium
Essensa Tower (with I.M. Pei)
Galleria de Magallanes
One Beverly Place
Phil-Am Life Tower (with SOM)
Quezon City Sports Club
RCBC Plaza - Yuchengco (with SOM)
Skyland Plaza
SM Cebu
Wack-wack Twin Towers

CRESENCIANO de CASTRO (old) Asian Development Bank (now) Department of Foreign Affairs
Atomic Research Center
National Science Development Board
SM Centerpoint

VICTORIO C. EDADES Pheonix Building

GABRIEL FORMOSO Central Bank of the Philippines


Coco Bank, Makati
Asian Institute of Management
PBCom Tower, Makati
Alabang Golf and Country Clubs
B.A. Lepanto
Club Filipino
Dona Narcisa Building
Fort San Antonio Abad - Preservation
Hotel Nikko Manila Garden
Manila Hilton (with CARLOS ARGUELLAS)
Manila Peninsula
Metropolitan Museum
Pacific Star
PLDT, Espana
Prudential Bank, Ayala
Valley Golf Club

G.F. & PARTNERS G.T. International Tower, Makati


Greenbelt
Oakwood Residences (with SOM)
Serendra
Shangri-la Hotel, Ayala

RUPERTO GAITE Quezon City Assembly Hall


Rizal Provincal Capitol
NSDB Science Pacilion
Sheraton Hotel

G&W Insular Life, Alabang

JUAN HERVAS Assumption Convent, Herran


Manila High School
Manila Railroad Station, Tutuban
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FAMOUS FILIPINO ARCHITECTS

FROILAN HONG Manila Film Center

FEDERICO ILUSTRE GSIS Building, Arroceros


Veteran's Memorial Hospital
Department of Agriculture
Motor Vehicle's Office - now LTO
Philippine Homesite & Housing Corporation
Philippine Coconut Administration
Manila International Airport
Quezon Memorial Circle Monument
Planetarium

LEANDRO LOCSIN World Expo, Osaka Japan - Muslim Vinta


National Artist for Architecture - 1990 Istana Nurul Iman, Brunei
Church of the Holy Sacrifice, UP
Manila Memorial Park Chapel, Paranaque
Church of Saint Andrew, Bel-Air
Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Teacher's Village
Magallanes Church (with DOMINIC GALICIA)
CCP Main Theater - Theater of Performing Arts
Folk Arts Theater
Philippine International Convention Center
Design Center of the Philippines, CCP Complex
Philippine Center for International Trade and Exhibitions, CCP Complex
Rizal Park Ampitheater
UP Diliman - Film Institute
Dioscoro Umali Hall, UP LB
National Arts Center, Makiling
Girl Scout of the Philippines HQ, Manila
Manila International Airport Terminal, Phase 1, Renovation
Davao International Airport Terminal Building, Davao City
Manila Inter-Continental Hotel, Makati
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Mandarin Oriental, Makati
Manila Hotel, New Building
Greenbelt Square Cinema, Paseo de Roxas, Makati
Greenbelt Chapel
Benguet Center, Mandaluyong
Philippine Stock Exchange, Makati
Ayala Tower One, Makati (with SOM)
Ayala Building 1, Makati
Philippine Plaza
Ramon Cojuangco Building - PLDT
St. Andrews, Makati
Sulu Hotel

DOMINADOR LUGTU Araneta Coliseum

ALFREDO LUZ Ramon Magsaysay Center


Far East Bank, Intramuros
World Health Organization Building

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FAMOUS FILIPINO ARCHITECTS

NESTOR MANGIO Club Filipino

MANOSA BROTHERS Sulu Hotel, Q.C.


Colegio de San Agustin
Hidden Valley Resort
Maya-Maya Resort

FRANCISCO MANOSA Ateneo Professional Schools


Coconut Palace
Coregidor Islang (Landscaping)
EDSA Shrine
JMT Tower
Las Pinas Church Restoration
Mary Immaculate Church
Medical City Hospital
Metrorail Stations
Pearl Farm
Risen Lord Parish
St. Andrews Las Pinas

MANUEL MANOSA San Agustin Church, Restoration (with LUCIANO OLIVER)

TOMAS MAPUA "00001" DLSU Main Building


First Licensed and Registered Fil. Ar. Nurse's Hall PGH - Nurses' Home

ENGRACIO MARIANO Asian Development Bank (with SOM)


BPI Main, Ayala Avenue
New World Hotel

FELIPE MENDOZA Assumption College, Antipolo


Ateneo de Manila
Batasang Pambansa
Development Academy of the Philippines
FEU Hospital
Mormon Temple, Green Meadows
RCBC, Buendia (with OTILLIO ARELLANO)

JUAN F. NAKPIL Geronima de los Reyes Building


National Artist for Architecture - 1973 Magsaysay Building
Avenue Theater
Ever Theater
Rizal Theater
State Theater
Capitol Theater
Captain Pepe Building
Manila Jockey Club
Rufino Building
Philippine Village Hotel
UP Administration - Quezon Hall
UP Main Library - Gonzales Hall
Quezon Institute
Iglesia ni Kristo, Bishop's Palace (with CARLOS SANTOS VIOLA)
Quiapo Church (Renovation)
UP Carillion
Philippine Trust Building (Plaza Goiti)
SSS Building, East Avenue
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FAMOUS FILIPINO ARCHITECTS

ANGEL NAKPIL Philippine Press Club (National Press Club)


Picache Building - 1st skyscraper in the Philippines, 12 storeys
Lopez Museum
Petrona Apartments
PLDT, de la Rosa
Roche Building

MEDI NASRABADI PLDT Tower, Ayala


Renaissance 1000 (with PEDRO PIMENTEL)
Renaissance 2000 (with VICENTE RODRIGUEZ)

FERNANDO OCAMPO Ambassador Hotel


Admiral Apartments, Roxas
Ali Mall (with WILLIAM COSCOLLUELA)
Manila Cathedral
Paterno Building, Sta. Cruz
UST Chapel

LUCIANO OLIVER San Agustin Church - Renovation (with MANUEL MANOSA)


San Bartolome Church, Malabon
Taal Basilica

JUN PALAFOX Amorsolo East / West (with SOM)


SM Southmall

WILLIAM PARSONS PGH Philippine General Hospital


Museo ng Maynila, Manila (Army and Navy Club)
Museo Pambata (Elks Club)
University Hall
Manila Hotel
Normal School (with ANTONIO TOLEDO)
YMCA

PAYUMO & PARTNERS Discovery Suites

JORGE RAMOS Philippine Heart Center


GSIS Building, CCP
Quiapo Mosque

RECIO CASAS LKG Tower, Makati


Bellagio 1 & 2
Greenbelt 2
Shangri-la Grand Tower

PHILIP RECTO One Corporate Center


One San Miguel

JULIO VICTOR ROCHA UST Engineering & Architecture Building - "Brisoleil"

ANDRES LUNA y SAN PEDRO Natividad Building, Escolta


Regina Building, Escolta
Crystal Arcade, Escolta
Perez-Samanlillio Building
St.Vincent de Paul Church

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FAMOUS FILIPINO ARCHITECTS

CARLOS SANTOS VIOLA Iglesia ni Kristo Cathedrals, Commonwealth


Nuestra Senora de Guia
Our Lady of Lourdes Church

ANTONIO SINDIONG
SM Megamall
Ali Mall (with FERNANDO OCAMPO)
Cebu Plaza Hotel
China Bank Building, Paseo de Roxas
Le Metropole
Metrobank, Buendia
Pacific Plaza
Ritz Towers

ANTONIO TOLEDO Manila City Hall


Cebu Capitol
Department of Finance
Department of Tourism (Department of Agriculture & Commerce)
UP College of Education - Benitez Hall
UP College of Law - Malcolm Hall
Normal School (with WILLIAM PARSONS)

GUILLERMO TOLENTINO Bonifacio Monument

ROGELIO VILLAROSA Alexandria Condominium (with WILLIAM COSCOLLUELA)


EDSA Plaza Hotel
Grand Boulevard Hotel (Silahis International)
King's Court II
Makati Sports Club
Philippine Columbian Clubhouse
Tektite Tower

WONG TENG & PARTNERS Enterprise Building

ILDEFONSO PAEZ SANTOS, JR. Tagaytay Highland Resort


National Artist for Architecture - 2006 Mt. Malarayat Golf and Country Club, Lipa, Batangas
Orchard Golf and Country Club, Imus, Cavite

JOSE MARIA ZARAGOSA Meralco Building


National Artist for Architecture - 2014 Sto. Domingo Church, Q.C.
Quiapo Church (Renovation)
Bataan Power Plant
Don Bosco Chapel
National Library
Philippine Airlines Building
Philippine Banking Corporation, Port Area
Pope Pius XII
Times Theater (with LUIS ARANETA)

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PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE

1st PHILIP JOHNSON Glass House, Connecticut


1979 Laureate AT&T Corporate Headquarters, New York
Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove Community Church, California
University of Houston, Houston, Texas
Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas

2nd LUIS BARRAGAN Garragan House, Mexico City, Mexico


1980 Laureate Capuchinas Sacramentarias del Purismo Coraon de Maria, Mexico
Las Arboledas, Mexico City, Mexico
Cuadra San Cristobal, Mexico City, Mexico
Fuente de los Amantes, Mexico City, Mexico

3rd JAMES STIRLING University of Leicester Engineering Building, United Kingdom


1981 Laureate Cambridge University History Faculty Library, United Kingdom
St. Andrews University, Fife, united Kingdom
Neue Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany
Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University, Massachusetts
Clore Gallery, Tate Gallery, London, United Kingdom

4th KEVIN ROCHE Ford Foundation Headquarters, New York


1982 Laureate Knights of Columbus Headquarters, New Haven, Connecticut
College Life Insurance Company Headquarters, Indianapolis, Indiana
Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lehman Pavilion, New York
United Nations Plaza I & II and UNICEF Headquarters, New York
Cummins Engine Company Headquarters, Columbus, Indiana

5th I.M. Pei National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
"Ieoh Ming Pei" Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York
1983 Laureate Paul Mellon Arts Center, Wallingford, Connecticut
Herbert Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, New York
OCBC Centre, Singapore
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

6th RICHARD MEIER Smith House, Darien, Connecticut


1984 Laureate Douglas House, Harbor Springs, Michigan
The Atheneum, New Harmony, Indiana
Hartford Seminary, Hartford, Connecticut
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Museum of Decorative Arts, Frankfurt, Germany

7th HANS HOLLEIN Retti Candleshop, Vienna, Austria


1985 Laureate Jewellery Store Schullin I, Vienna, Austria
Museum of Glass and Ceramics, Teheran, Iran
Austrian Travel Agency, Main Office, Vienna, Austria
Museum Abteiberg Moenchengladbach, Moenchengladbach, Germany
Jewellery Store Schullin II, Vienna, Austria
"The Gymnastic Lesson", Exhibition at the Museum Atbeiberg

8th GOTTFRIED BOHM Dwelling House, Cologne Weiss


1986 Laureate Neviges Pilgrimage Church, Velbert, Germany
City Hall, Bensberger, Germany
Museum of the Diocese, Paderborn, Germany

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9th KENZO TANGE Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima, Japan


1987 Laureate St. Mary's Cathedral, Tokyo, Japan
Yoyogi National Gymnasium for the 1964 Summer Olympics, Tokyo
Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan
Tokyo City Hall Complex, Tokyo, Japan

10th GORDON BUNSHAFT Lever House, New York


1988 Laureate Albright Knox Art Gallery, New York
Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Connecticut
Travertine House, Hamptons, New York
Joseph H. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
National Commercial Bank, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

10th OSCAR NIEMEYER Congress (Chamber of Deputies and Congress Office Tower), Brasil
1988 Laureate Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum, Niteroi, Brazil

11th FRANK GEHRY Gehry Residence, Santa Monica, California


1989 Laureate California Aerospace Museum, Los Angeles, California
Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain
DZ Bank, Berlin, Germany
Pritzker Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois

12th ALDO ROSSI Drawing for San Cataldo Cemetery, Modena, Italy
1990 Laureate "La Conica" Espresso Coffee Maker
San Cataldo Cemetery, Modena, Italy
Rebuilding of the Carlo Felice Theater, Genoa, Italy
Bonnefanten Museum, Maastrict, Netherlands
Quartier Schutzenstrasse, Berlin, Germany

13th ROBERT VENTURI Vanna Venturi House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


1991 Laureate Fire Station #4, Columbus, Indiana
Coxe-Hayden House and Studio, Block Island, Rhode Island
Gordon Wu Hall, Princeton University, New Jersey
Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery, London, United Kingdom

14th ALVARO SIZA Retaurante de Boa Nova, Matosinhos, Portugal


1992 Laureate Piscina Leca, Palmeira, Portugal
Bouca Housing Complex, Porto, Portugal
Servei de Meteorolica, Barcelona, Spain
Centro de Art Gallego, Spain
Facultad de Arquitectura, University of Porto, Portugal
Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto, Portugal

15th FUMIHIKO MAKI YKK Guest House, Kurobe, Japan


1993 Laureate Fujisawa Municipal Gymnasium, Fujisawa, Japan
Spiral, Tokyo, Japan
National Museum of Modern Art Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
Iwasaki Art Museum Annex, Ibusuki, Japan
Makuhari Messe I, Tokyo, Japan
Tepia, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan
Hillside Terrace Complex, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Church of Christ, Tokyo, Japan

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16th CHRISTIAN de School of Dance of the Opera de Paris, France


PORTZAMPARC Cite de la Musique, Paris, France
1994 Laureate Credit Lyonnais Tower, Lille, France
LVMH Tower, New York
French Embassy, Berlin, Germany
Luxembourg Philharmonie

17th TADAO ANDO Church on the water, Tomamu, Hokkaido, Japan


1995 Laureate Church of the Light, Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan
Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum, Naoshima Island, Japan
Rokko Housing I, II, and III, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan

18th RAFAEL MONEO Bankinter, Madrid, Spain


1996 Laureate Loogrono Town Square, Logrono, Spain
Prevision Espanola, Seville, Spain
Atocha Station, Madrid, Spain
L'illa Diagonal, Barcelona, Spain

19th SVERRE FEHN Nordic Villa, Norrkoping, Sweden


1997 Laureate The Bodker House, Oslo, Norway
The Hedmark, Cathedral Museum, Hamar, Norway
Villa Busk, Bamble, Norway
Glacier Museum, Fjaerland, Norway
The Eco House, Norrkoping, Sweden
Aukurst Museum, Alvdal, Norway

20th RENZO PIANO Centre Pompidou, Paris, France


1998 Laureate The Menil Collection Museum, Houston, Texas
Columbus International Exposition, Italy
Kansai International Airport Terminal, Osaka, Japan
The Beyeler Foundation Museum, Basel, Switzerland
Tjibaou Cultural Center, New Caledonia

21st NORMAN FOSTER Willis Faber and Dumas, Ipswich, UK


1999 Laureate Sainsbury Center for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, UK
Century Tower Bunkyo-ku, Japan
Carre d'Art, France
Metro Station, Bilbao, Spain
Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, UK
Commberzbank HQ, Germany
The Reichstag New German Parliament, Berlin, Germany
The Great Court, The British Museum, UK

22nd REM KOOLHAS Netherlands Dance Theatre, The Hague, Netherlands


2000 Laureate Nexus Housing, Fukuoka, Japan
Villa dall'Ava, Paris, France
Kunstal, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Grand Palais, Lille, France
Educatorium, Utrech, Netherlands
Maison a Bordeaux, France

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23rd JACQUES HERZOG Riccola Storage Building, Laufen, Switzerland


PIERRE de MEURON Apartment Building along a Party Wall, Basel, Switzerland
2001 Laureates Central Signal Tower SBB, Basel, Switzerland
Model for the Cottbus University Library, Germany
Kuppersmuhle Museum, Grothe Collection, Duisburg, Germany
Tate Modern, London, UK
Laban Dance Theater, London, UK

24th GLENN MURCUTT Fredericks House, New South Wales, Australia


2002 Laureate Magney House, New South Wales, Australia
Done House, New South Wales, Australia
Marika-Alderton House, Northern Territory, Australia
Simpson-Lee House, New South Wales, Australia
Arthur & Yvonne Boyd Education Centre, New South Wales, Australia
Bowral House, New South Wales, Australia

25th JORN UTZON Fredensbord Housing, Denmark


2003 Laureate Education Centre, Prototype House, Hrning, Denmark
Can Lis - Architect's House, Majorca, Spain
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia
Bagsvaerd Church, Copenhagen, Denmark
Kuwait National Assembly, Kuwait

26th ZAHA HADID Vitra Fire Station, Weil am Rhein, Germany


2004 Laureate Lfone Landesgartenschau, Weil am Rhein, Germany
Car Park and Terminus Hoenheim North, Strasbourg, France
Bergisel Ski Jump, Innsbruck, Austria
The Richard and Lois Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, Ohio
BMW Central Building, Leipzig, Germany
Phaeno Science Center, Wolfsburg, Germany

27th THOM MAYNE Blades Residence, Santa Barbara, California


2005 Laureate Diamond Ranch High School, Pomona, California
University of Torontoo Graduate School Housing, Canada
Hypo Alpe-Adria Center, Klagenfurt, Austria
Tsunami Asian Grill, Las Vegas, Nevada
Caltrans District 7 Headquarters, Los Angeles, California
Science Center School, Los Angeles, California
University of Cincinnati Campus Recreation Center, Ohio
Wayne L. Morse United States Courthouse, Eugene, Oregon
Untied States Federal Building, San Francisco, California

28th PAULO MENDES "Paulistano" Chaise Lounge, Furniture Design


da ROCHA The Paulistano Athletic Club, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2006 Laureate Chapel of Saint Peter, Campos de Jordao, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Forma Store, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian Museum of Sculpture, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Patriarch Plaza and Viaduct do Cha, Sao Paulo, Brazil
The State Museum of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Residence for Mario Masetti, Cava Estate, Sao Paulo, Brazil

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29th RICHARD ROGERS Centre Pompidou, Paris, France


2007 Laureate Lloyd's of London, UK
Millenium Dome, London, UK
Minami Yamashiro School, Kyoto, Japan
Terminal 4, Madrid Barajas Airport, Spain
National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff, Wales
175 Greenwich Street, World Trade Center Site, NY
The Leadenhall Building, London, England

30th JEAN NOUVEL Institut du Monde Arabe (IMA or Arab World Institute), Paris, France
2008 Laureate Nemausus I Public Housing, Nimes, France
Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, Paris, France
Cultural and Conference Center, Lucerne, Switzerland
Agbar Tower, Barcelona, Spain
Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Quai Branly Museum, Paris, France
Tour de Verre, NY

31st PETER ZUMTHOR Protective Housing for Roman Excavation, Chur, Switzerland
2009 Laureate Zumthor Studio, Haldenstein, Switzerland
Saint Benedict Chapel, Sumvitg, Switzerland
Homes for Senior Citizens, Chur, Switzerland
Thermal Bath Vals, Graubunden, Switzerland
Spettelhof Estate, Biel-Benken, Switzerland
Kunsthaus Bregenz, Voralgerge Landesgalerie, Austria
Swiss Sound Box, Swiss Pavilion, Expo 2000, Hanover, Germany
Brother Klaus Field Chapel, Wachendorf, Eifel, Germany

32nd KAZUYO SEJIMA o-Museum, Iida, Nagano, Japan


RYUE NISHIZAWA 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan
2010 Laureates Zollverein School of Management and Design, Essen, Germany
Glass Museum, Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio
New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY
The Rolex Learning Center, Ecole Polytechnique Federale, Switzerland

33rd EDUARDO SOUTO House in Serra da Arrabida, Portugal


de MOURA House in Cascais, Portugal
2011 Laureate Cinema House Manoel de Oliveira, Portugal
Municipal Stadium, Braga, Portugal
Burgo Tower, Portugal
House in Bom Jesus, Braga, Portugal
House in Maia, Portugal
Paulo Rego Museum, Portugal
Hotel and Tourism School, Portalegre, Portugal

34th WANG SHU Library of Wenzheng College, Suzhou China


2012 Laureate Vertical Courtyard Apartments, Hangzhou, China
Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase II, Hangzhou, China
Ceramic House, Jinhua, China
Ningbo History Museum, Ningbo, China
Five Scattered Houses, Ningbo, China
Ningbo Tengtou Pavilion, Shanghai Expo, China

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35th TOYO ITO Silver Hut (House), Nakano-ku, Tokyo, Japan


2013 Laureate Tower of Winds, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, Japan
Sendai Mediatheque Sendai-shi, Miyagi, Japan
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London, UK
TOD"s Omotesando Building, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Meiso no Mori Municipal Funeral Hall Kakamigahari-shi, Gifu, Japan
Tama Art University Library (Hachoiji Campus), Tokyo, Japan
Main Stadium for the Wrold Games 2009, Kaosiung, Taiwan
Toyo Ito Museum of Architecture, Imabari-shi, Ehime, Japan

36th SHIGERU BAN Curtain Wall House, Tokyo, Japan


2014 Laureate Paper Church, Kobe, Japan
Naked House, Saitama, Japan
Paper Log House, Bhuji, India
Centre Pompidou-Metz, France
Peper Emergency Shelter for Haiti, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club Houses, Korea
Tamedia Building, Zurich, Switzerland
Cardboard Cathedral, Christchurch, New Zealand

37th FREI OTTO Roofing for Main Sports Facilities in the Munich Olympic Park, 1972 Summer Olympics
2015 Laureate Roof for the Multihale (Multi-Purpose Hall) in Mannheim, Germany
The 1967 International and Universal Exposition or Expo 67, Canada
Diplomatic Club Heart Tent, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Hall at the International Garden Exhibition, Hamburg, Germany
Institute for Lightweight Structures, University of Stuttgart in Vaihingen
Japan Pailion, Expo 2000, Hannover, Germany
Umbrellas for Pink Floyd's Concert Tour in the United States
Aviary in the Munich Zoo at Hellabrunn, Germany
"City of the Arctic" Model

38th ALEJANDRO ARAVENA UC Innovation Center - Anacleto Angelini, San Joaquin Campus, Chile
2016 Laureate Siamese Towers, San Joaquin Campus, Universidad Catolica de Chile
Quinta Monroy Housing, Uquique, Chile
Post-Tsunami Sustainable Reconstruction Plan of Constitucion, Chile
St. Edward's University Dorms, Austin Texas
Bicentennial Children's Park, Santiago, Chile
Villa Verde Housing, Constitucion, Chile
Novartis Office Building, Shanghai, China
Ocho Quebradas House, Chile

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