Diller and Scofidio claim 2019 Royal Academy Architecture Prize

Diller and Scofidio

‘We started as dissidents,’ say winners

US architects Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, the architects behind plans for London’s new concert hall, have been named winners of the Royal Academy’s architecture award 2019 

Earlier today the Royal Academy of Arts  today announced that Diller and Scofidio had given the award in honour of their “inspiring and enduring contribution to the culture of architecture”.

The annual prize, which is supported by the Dorfman Foundation, is in its second year, with Japanese architect Itsuko Hasegawa claiming the prize in its inaugural year.

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