2019 has been a very fruitful year in architecture, unveiling projects, discourses, and careers that cover most of the multiple layers, interest, and fields related to this discipline, and highlighting how relevant it has become to our societies —from the Pritzker Prize 2019 awarded to Japanese architect Arata Isozaki to the revealed theme of the Venice Biennale 2020. Take a look at the main architectural milestones of this year across the globe. Arata Isozaki, Pritzker Prize 2019 Incredibly prolific and influential among his contemporaries, Arata Isozaki became the eighth Japanese architect to receive the Pritzker Prize, the most important award in the field of architecture. Building of the Year 2019: Richness of Firms, Regions, and Materials Every year, ArchDaily offers our readers the chance to choose the best architecture from all around the world. In this edition, Pritzker Prize-winner Paulo Mendes da Rocha shares the recognition with global firms such as MVRDV and emerging offices from India and Vietnam.
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