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Exclusive Video: Wyly Co-Designer Joshua Prince-Ramus


by Jerome Weeks 23 Oct 2009

Architect Joshua Prince-Ramus met with the media and the public last week — and then answered our questions about why the Wyly Theatre’s interior has only one bright color, how “low-tech” the Wyly actually is and what happened to his relationship with his mentor, Rem Koolhaas.

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Today, we begin our series of interviews with the four architects who designed the Wyly Theatre and the Winspear Opera House. First up is Joshua Prince-Ramus, who co-designed the Wyly Theatre. Next week: Prince-Ramus’ former mentor Rem Koolhaas on Dallas architecture (“very bland”) and the courage of Dallas donors in building the Wyly, plus Norman Foster and Spencer de Grey on the Winspear.

  • Questions for Joshua Prince-Ramus from our one-on-one interview:

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  • From the press conference:

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