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Shigeru Ban Wire

Japanese architect Shigeru Ban says that if anything, his practice will be getting smaller in light of his recent Pritzker Prize win, so he can keep "spending a lot of time for each project, designing myself, and being on the site and listening to the people who are living there." In order to continue with his cardboard-heavy, relief-focused designs, it's "very important we make our number of projects smaller. Not quantity but quality." [Dezeen; previously]