Architecture & Design

361: Thom Mayne

“I have no interest in completing projects,” says this architect, winner of the Pritzker Prize. “A lot of our stuff just keeps moving; it refuses to have an edge, a boundary; it’s in constant change.” For someone who feels that way, he’s completed an awful lot of them, and to great acclaim. Presented with the Center for Architecture.

Person: Italo Calvino
Place: Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo
Thing: an oil-can guitar
Randy’s Thing: a soda-bottle windmill

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