A World-Famous Architect’s Tips for Building the Perfect Sandcastle

Renzo Piano is known for designing sometimes controversial buildings that nevertheless have stood the test of time. But the Pritzker Prize–winning architect behind ParisCentre Pompidou, London’s Shard, and the new Whitney Museum building in New York City recently offered design tips on that most ephemeral of architectural forms: the sandcastle.

The 77-year-old Italian architect told the Guardian that his career started while building his first sandcastle on the shores of Genoa....

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