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LEFT BRAIN Creativity

I’ve always considered myself a messy type-A, doing much of the work of a type-A person but just doing it a little messier. I love organization, order and clean lines,┬áit’s what I strive for. I enjoy looking back in history at architectural wonders, and great works of architects and artists. I feel like we can learn so much that way, and then in turn, make ours better.

RIGHT BRAIN Creativity

I’ve always loved to paint, garden and get messy, it’s part of my DNA. I enjoy exploring new techniques and materials to learn from, and ultimately improve myself and my practice. I am never afraid to try something, and truly believe that people that don’t fail – don’t live.

Of course I believe imaginative architecture can make a difference to people's lives, but I wish it was possible to divert some of the effort we put into ambitious museums and galleries into the basic architectural building blocks of society.

- Zaha Hadid, Pritzker Prize Laureate 2004

We need to rediscover the essence of the meaning of 'the use.' Architecture is, above all, here for a better living. Every gesture, every shape must be justified by various reasons that would reinforce their reason to be, their use, and will give more sense to their beauty.

- Christian de Portzamparc, Pritzker Prize Laureate 1994

There is something about giving everything to your profession. In Italian, an obsession is not necessarily negative. It's the art of putting all your energy into one thing; it's the art of transforming even what you eat for lunch into architecture.

- Renzo Piano, Pritzker Prize Laureate 1998

Liquid architecture. It's like jazz - you improvise, you work together, you play off each other, you make something, they make something. And I think it's a way of - for me, it's a way of trying to understand the city, and what might happen in the city.

- Frank Gehry, Pritzker Prize Laureate 1989

When you look at Japanese traditional architecture, you have to look at Japanese culture and its relationship with nature. You can actually live in a harmonious, close contact with nature - this very unique to Japan.

- Tadao Ando, Pritzker Prize Laureate 1995
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