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Heavily criticized 40 years ago for her Vietnam Veterans' Memorial design, the artist-architect-activist prefers to talk about her artistic process rather than her life
An effort to add a section of downtown Winston-Salem to the National Register of Historic Places is moving forward.
Scott Simon speaks with Jeanne Gang, the architect behind the St. Regis Chicago. The 101-story skyscraper is the world's tallest structure designed by a woman.
An exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art shows how Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka celebrated their freedom with a revolutionary vision for buildings and cities. Women played a vital role.
NPR's Michel Martin talks to Diébédo Francis Kéré, the first African to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize.
The 2022 Pritzker Architecture Prize honors Diébédo Francis Kéré, who comes from a village with no school in Burkina Faso. He has designed primary schools for "many children to be happy and learn."
The Smithsonian Institution says it is in touch with contacts inside Ukraine who specialize in rescuing and preserving cultural heritage sites in times of crisis.
Beirut's historic city center and the traditional territory of the Carrizo Comecrudo Tribe of Texas are among 25 places listed by World Monument Watch as in urgent need of preservation.
The prestigious architectural prize celebrates the 80-bed hospital's human-centered design, built in harmony with the waterlogged local environment with a modest budget and local low-cost materials.