Peter Zumthor doesn’t think much of trends in architecture. His buildings are purist temples of light and silence. In 2013, he was awarded the coveted Pritzker Prize in 2013. We pay him a visit in Switzerland.
Pritzker Prize winner Peter Zumthor is regarded as one of the world's most outstanding architects. Inspired by the environment surrounding a building, Zumthor has designed award-winning buildings like the Therme Vals.
His award-winning designs include the Therme in Vals, the Kunsthaus Bregenz and the Kolumba art museum in Cologne. Peter Zumthor is the first foreign architect to be honored by the Association of German Architects.
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