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Changing Skyline: Online petition seeks to right a Pritzker Prize wrong
Posted on Tue, Apr 02, 2013
Twenty-two years later, the omission still rankles Philadelphia architect Denise Scott Brown. She and her husband, Robert Venturi, designed their projects together. They wrote several paradigm-shifting books together. They taught their influential studio classes together. But when the winner of architecture's most prestigious prize was announced in 1991, it was only Venturi who was honored.
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