Jorn Utzon’s name is, for most people, tied inextricably to his most famous work: the Sydney Opera House. Completed in 1973, the project was named a World Heritage Site in 2007, making Utzon only the second architect (after Oscar Niemeyer) to receive such an honor in his lifetime. The project is arguably the most recognizable and significant works of architecture of the 20th century and remains a work ahead of its time. But the uncompromising detail and futuristic design of Utzon’s work left many of his projects unrealized or unknown by the time of his death in 2008.
Utzon Unbuilt: The Latest Architecture and News
Utzon UNBUILT Competition to Shed New Light on the Danish Master's Works - and Invites the Public to Take Part
07:00 - 29 December, 2018
https://www.archdaily.com/907488/utzon-unbuilt-competition-to-shed-new-light-on-the-danish-masters-works-and-invites-the-public-to-take-part Katherine Allen
03:00 - 29 December, 2018
Re-imagining Utzon’s unbuilt gems
https://www.archdaily.com/908632/call-for-entries-utzon-unbuilt Katherine Allen