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Wang Shu's Work - 2012 Pritzker Prize

Ningbo History Museum © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Ningbo History Museum © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Today, Wang Shu from Amateur Architecture Studio has been announced as the  2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate. Here you will find a selection of his recent projects, such as the New Academy of Art in Hangzhou, the Ceramic House and the Ningbo History Museum.

Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase I (2002-2004)

Ningbo Contemporary Art Museum (2001-2005)

Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase I © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase I © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Tiles Garden (2006)

Ningbo Contemporary Art Museum © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Ningbo Contemporary Art Museum © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase I © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase I © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase I © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio Ningbo Contemporary Art Museum © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Five Scattered Houses (2003-2006)

Tiles Garden © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Tiles Garden © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Ceramic House (2003-2006)

Five Scattered Houses, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Five Scattered Houses, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Vertical Courtyard Apartments (2002-2007)

Ceramic House © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Ceramic House © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase II (2004-2007)

Vertical Courtyard Apartments © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy Amateur Architecture Studio
Vertical Courtyard Apartments © Lu Wenyu, Courtesy Amateur Architecture Studio

Ningbo History Museum (2003-2008)

Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase II © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Phase II © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Ningbo Tengtou Pavilion (2010)

Ningbo History Museum © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Ningbo History Museum © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

Ningbo Tengtou Pavilion, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Ningbo Tengtou Pavilion, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Cite:Nico Saieh. "Wang Shu's Work - 2012 Pritzker Prize" 27 Feb 2012. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/211962/wang-shus-work-2012-pritzker-prize/>