Richard Rogers scooped the Pritzker Prize five years ago this week.
Meanwhile Ball-Nogues were winners of the Young Architects Program competition to design a temporary open-air installation at the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in New York. Since then the annual competition has resulted in an urban farm, mammoth-like cooling towers and a netted landscape.
We also published Santiago Calatrava's designs for the Chicago Spire – a 150-storey condominium tower proposed for Lake Shore Drive, plus a preview of work by Studio Job and Ross Lovegrove that was exhibited in Milan the following month.
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