Madrid's Prado museum hails Siza

Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza has won an open competition to restructure the public spaces around Madrid's world-famous Prado museum. His plan, praised by the jury for its 'sensitivity' and 'respect' for the historic area, trades traffic lanes for additional pedestrian spaces along Madrid's main circulation axis, the Paseo del Prado.

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