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Richard Rogers

11-02-2019

Richard Rogers

2009 RIBA Stirling Prize goes to Richard Rogers’ Maggie's Centre

13-11-2009

2009 RIBA Stirling Prize goes to Richard Rogers’ Maggie's Centre

Richard Rogers of Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners has won the 2009 RIBA Stirling Prize with his plan for Maggie's Centre.

Riba Royal Gold Medal 2010 goes to Ieoh Ming Pei

30-10-2009

Riba Royal Gold Medal 2010 goes to Ieoh Ming Pei

The 92-year-old Chinese-American architect has been awarded the Royal Gold Medal, presented by RIBA since 1848 to professionals who have contributed to progress in architecture.

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners for Reggiani

17-09-2009

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners for Reggiani

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners create a light fixture for Ambar showrooms in collaboration with Reggiani Lighting.

New Scandicci Centre (Florence) - Richard Rogers

23-06-2009

New Scandicci Centre (Florence) - Richard Rogers

Richard Rogers’s final project for the new Scandicci centre has been approved, including a streetcar station, a new civic square, a cultural centre, a 31 metre high office tower, residential buildings and shops.

2009 Pritzker Prize awarded to Peter Zumthor

27-04-2009

2009 Pritzker Prize awarded to Peter Zumthor

After Jean Nouvel (2008), Richard Rogers (2007), Paulo Mendes da Rocha (2006) and Tom Mayne (2005), this year’s Pritzer Architecture Prize goes to Peter Zumthor.

Rogers-Hadid-Imagination<br> Millennium Dome, Greenwich peninsula, London, 1996-1999

13-01-2004

Rogers-Hadid-Imagination
Millennium Dome, Greenwich peninsula, London, 1996-1999

The Millennium Dome is located on the Greenwich peninsula, on the southern bank of the Thames. The peninsula was abandoned for over twenty years: previously the property of the British Gas company, the site was purchased and redeveloped by English Partnership.

Richard Rogers: Channel 4 television headquarters in London, 1991-1994

04-04-2003

Richard Rogers: Channel 4 television headquarters in London, 1991-1994

Construction of daring, complex hi-tech buildings has become a typical feature of British architecture over the last fifty years: constant attention to detail is combined with continuing experimentation with new materials, focusing on the evolution of glass and steel.

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