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The Nykredit Architecture Prize is the largest Danish architecture prize. Founded by the Nykredit Foundation, it is awarded annually to awarded annually to a person, or group of persons, who have personally, or through their work, made a significant contribution to the building industry in the form of architecture or planning, etc. The recipient receives DKK 500,000, making it one of the largest architecture prizes in the world in terms of prize money.[1] In 1991 the Nykredit Foundation began awarding the Motivation Prize to talented young architects who have made an impact on the architecture scene. The recipient receives DKK 100,000. Contents 1 Recipients 2 Nykredit Motivation Prize recipients 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Recipients See also Category: Winners of the Nykredit Architecture Prize. Year Recipient(s) 1987 Henning Larsen Jørn Utzon Ulrik Plesner 1988 Johann Otto von Spreckelsen Erik Reitzel (engineer) 3XN Carsten Hoff Susanne Ussing 1989 Sys Hartmann (art historian) Poul Ingemann Erik Einar Holm Tegnestuen Kvisten 1990 Tegnestuen Vandkunsten Arkitektgruppen Århus 1991 Ib and Jørgen Rasmussen Inger and Johannes Exner Klaus Eggers Hansen (editor) 1992 Erik Christian Sørensen KHR Arkitekter Mogens Brandt Poulsen 1993 Tegnestruen Jørgen og Inge Vesterholt Torben Schønherr (landscape) Jeppe Aagaard Andersen (landscape) 1994 Troels Hasner Ole Justesen 1995 Boje Lundgaard 1996 Søren Robert Lund 1997 schmidt hammer lassen 1998 DOMUS arkitekter 1999 Dissing+Weitling 2000 Knud Friis Gehrdt Bornebusch Vilhelm Wohlert 2001 Sven-Ingvar Andersson (landscape) 2002 Julien De Smedt Bjarke Ingels 2003 Malene Hauxner (landscape) 2004 Olafur Eliasson (visual artist) 2005 Lene Tranberg 2006 C. F. Møller Architects 2007 Dorte Mandrup 2008 CEBRA 2009 Entasis 2010 Stig L. Anderson Nykredit Motivation Prize recipients Lars Bendrup (TRANSFORM) 2007: Dan Stubbergaard 2008: ONV Arkitekter 2009: POLYFORM 2010: Mette Lange See also Architecture of Denmark References ^ "Nykredit Architecture Prize : Danske Arkitekter". e-architect. http://www.e-architect.co.uk/denmark/nykredit_architecture_prize.htm. Retrieved 2010-06-17.  External links Official website