Rachel Whiteread is the recipient of the third Ada Huxtable Prize.
Rachel Whiteread has won the third Ada Huxtable Prize, an annual award that recognises women’s achievements in the wider industry of architecture. Whiteread has collaborated with architects throughout her career, notably on her 1993 Turner Prize-winning work House and more recently with a proposal for London’s planned Holocaust memorial, for which she collaborated with practice Caruso St John. The prize, which is named in honor of architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable, is open to anyone influencing architectural culture.
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