ArchDaily’s Readers Choose Who Ought to Win the 2021 Pritzker Prize
Because the winner(s) of the Pritzker Prize 2021 might be introduced on Tuesday, March 16th, we’ve got requested our readers who ought to win a very powerful award within the area of structure.
Funded by Jay Pritzker via the Hyatt Basis, the Pritzker Prize has been awarded to dwelling architects whose constructed work “has produced constant and important contributions to humanity via the artwork of structure.” The American architect Philip Johnson was the primary architect to win the Pritzker Prize again in 1979. Since then, architects from 19 nations have obtained the prize, of which solely 5 have been feminine architects: the late Zaha Hadid (2004), Kazuyo Sejima (2010, along with Ryue Nishizawa), Carme Pigem (2017, along with Ramón Vilalta and Rafael Aranda) and Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara (2020).
In line with over 9,700 readers from all around the world who picked amongst 50 choices and plus —together with nominating their very own candidate—, David Chipperfield (7.3%) ought to win the Pritzker Prize 2021.
David Chipperfield (7.3%)
Bjarke Ingels (7.2%)
Kunlé Adeyemi (4.5%)
Steven Holl (4.5%)
David Adjaye (4.1%)
Tatiana Bilbao (3.8%)
Kengo Kuma (3.7%)
Francis Kéré (3.7%)
Alberto Campo Baeza (3.6%)
Smiljan Radic (3.3%)
Discover who was anticipated to win in accordance with our readers in the earlier version of the Pritzker Prize ballot in 2020. Furthermore, keep tuned to ArchDaily’s complete protection of the Pritzker Prize.