First major exhibition in Germany on the British architect John Pawson opens in Munich

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MUNICH.- The Architekturmuseum der TU München is staging the first major exhibition in Germany on the British architect and ‘ultra-minimalist’ John Pawson. Pawson, born in 1949 in Halifax/Yorkshire, is one of the most exceptional architects of our times. Even his early designs, such as his interior fittings in the 1980s, attracted worldwide attention. His subsequent projects, including the Sackler Crossing bridge in Kew Gardens, the new Cistercian Monastery of Nový Dvůr in Bohemia, the renovation of the St Moritzkirche in Augsburg and, most recently, plans for the conversion of the Commonwealth Institute building in London to the largest design museum in the world, have been extremely well received internationally…