Danish Architect Henning Larsen Awarded Praemium Imperiale
September 12, 2012
Danish Architect Henning Larsen, known around the world for his innovative, sustainable design is one of five recipients of the Praemium Imperiale arts prize, awarded each year by the Japan Art Association. Best known as the mind behind the Copenhagen Opera House design, Larsen joins the ranks of other renowned architects such as Anish Kapoor, Ricado Legorreta, and Norman Foster. Read More.
The Praemium Imperiale is awarded in the fields of painting, sculpture, architecture, music, and film each year. Each laureate receives 115,000 euros, a medal, and a diploma that will be presented in a ceremony in Tokyo in October.