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Today Architect's Newspaper runs a Q&A with Eduardo Souto de Maura, the Portuguese architect who won the Pritzker Prize this year. Some choice soundbites: "So Portuguese architecture is very pragmatic and effective in the way that it doesn’t alter landscape. It takes shapes that empathize with topography, and that influences Portuguese architecture a lot"; "I like public work better, because it is broader and connects with a different society, a different geography, a more complex terrain." [Arch Paper]