Jorn Utzon Wins 2003 Pritzker Prize for Architecture

When it comes to performing arts venues, the Sydney Opera House is one of the most strikingly beautiful, and the first to create a "destination" building (long before the Guggenheim in Bilbao). It's architect, Jorn Utzon of Denmark is the winner of the prestigious Pritzker Prize for 2003. In poor health at age 85, Utzon lives on the Spanish island of Majorca, and will be honored with the Prize on May 20 at the Royal Academy of

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