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100 Most Creative People / Fast Company

100 Most Creative People / Fast Company

Fast Company just announced this year’s 100 Most Creative People. The list includes a variety of professions and the selection is proof “that creativity is alive and well in 2010.” While the most creative person was deemed Miss Lady Gaga, followed by Eddy Cue (the VP of Apple Internet Services), we were excited to find not one, but three architects making the cut. The 19th spot was awarded to Jean Nouvel, particularly for his take on the Louvre’s Abu Dhabi and his design for the Philharmonie de Paris. The 64th spot went to BjarkeIngles for his fresh designs. And, our last architect, KazuyoSejima rounded in at 88th, for her contextual and minimalistic approach to creating a holistic environment.

Check out the full list of winners here.

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Karen Cilento
Cite: Karen Cilento. "100 Most Creative People / Fast Company" 29 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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