High Line architects Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio win RA prize

Royal Academy honours American couple who ‘set aside the rules of the game’

Liz Diller and Ricardo Scofidio, architects who have gone from being outsider provocateurs who rarely built anything to a practice regarded as an international powerhouse, have won the 2019 Royal Academy architecture prize.

The pair have been responsible for some of the most important cultural projects of recent years, including the High Line in New York and the Broad Museum in Los Angeles. In the UK, they are designing the V&A’s huge east London store and a proposed £288m London concert hall.

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