Architecture Prize

— NPR's Edward Lifson reports on Renzo Piano, winner of the Pritzker award - considered architecture's most prestigious prize. It is often called "the nobel prize of architecture" and is awarded for a life-time body of work. Piano, who is 60 years old, may best be known for co-designing the Pompidou Art Center in Paris. The prize was announced Sunday.

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