Leon Krier is considered the godfather of the New Urbanism movement. He has served as a visiting professor at Yale School of Architecture and has created masterplans for several communities, including the Prince of Wales’ New Town of Poundbury. He received the inaugural Richard H. Driehaus Architecture Prize in 2003, given by the University of Notre Dame to the architect whose work embodies the highest ideals of traditional and Classical architecture in contemporary society.
Articles by Leon Krier
Reconstruction according to a divine masterplan is the key to life.