Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena is the recipient of the 2016 Pritzker Prize. He discusses the inspiration behind his work in this compelling video
“The most simple verbs – studying, eating, meeting resting – those verbs in the end make our lives. And those verbs happen in nouns – offices, schools, houses parks. Architecture tries to give the best possible form for those nouns where those verbs take place. Architecture is life itself.” – Alejandro Aravena.
Video courtesy of The Hyatt Foundation/The Pritzker Architecture Prize.