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Architect using his heart to guide his work.

Arifah Rahaman-Aronson

Japanese architect Shigeru Ban helps his profession focus more on serving those in need and wins top architectural honor the Pritzker Prize. In a telephone interview from Paris, Mr. Ban, 56, said he was honored to have won, not because the Pritzker would raise his profile but because it affirms the humanitarian emphasis of his work. “I’m trying to understand the meaning of this encouragement,” he said of the prize. “It’s not the award for achievement. I have not made a great achievement.”

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