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Denise Scott Brown

From Zambia | Architect


Architect Denise Scott Brown is famous for her call, since the 1960s, to broaden architecture to incorporate influences from a variety of modern sources, including pop culture, multiculturalism, and everyday landscape. With her husband, the architect Robert Venturi, she co-wrote the 1972 book Learning from Las Vegas—considered a seminal work in architectural history—and has won many honors, including the 2007 Vilcek Prize in the Arts. She is a principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates.

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