Building Pulitzer - Architecture Colloquium hosted by the Pulitzer and Washington University
It was nearly a four-year undertaking, but after a total of 5,000 cubic yards of concrete and utilizing processes and techniques rarely, if ever, used in America, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando’s design for The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts was completed in 2001. Now, more than a decade later, the collaborators who constructed the building, including Japanese architect Masataka Yano, come together with architects and scholars to discuss the creation of the building.
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