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Richard Rogers

The life and work of Richard Rogers, architect of the Pompidou Centre, the Lloyd's Building, Heathrow's Terminal Five and the Millenium Dome
Richard Rogers

Richard Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside, is one of Britain's foremost architects. He won the Stirling Prize in 2006 and was awarded the Pritzker Prize in 2007.

Richard Rogers

Rogers: New garden cites 'threaten urban revival'

Richard Rogers has warned that new ‘garden city’ greenfield housing developments favoured by the coalition government risk undermining the potential of urban regeneration and lead to new ‘suburban sprawl’

The British Museum's new World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre by RSH+P

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ completes £135m British Museum extension

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) has completed the long-awaited World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre at the British Museum


Delays hit high-profile competition to resurrect Crystal Palace

The contest to resurrect Joseph Paxton’s Crystal Palace has stalled


Architects pedal their way to £50,000 charity target

A team of cyclists including a core of 12 from Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSH+P) has completed a 1,100 mile charity ride from London to Florence

A visualisation of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners' tower on the Albert Embankment

Work begins on Rogers and Foster's Embankment towers

Work has started on towers by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) and Foster + Partners on the Albert Embankment in south London

Richard Rogers' Lloyds building

Rogers hits back over Lloyd’s of London rumours

Richard Rogers has denied reports that Lloyd’s of London is on the verge of quitting its iconic headquarters to move into Make’s proposed new Leadenhall Triangle scheme

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners' 1986 Lloyd's Building in London. Image by Martin Charles

Lloyd's to leave Rogers-designed HQ for Make's Leadenhall newcomer

Lloyd’s of London is understood to be on the verge of quitting its iconic Richard Rogers-designed headquarters and moving into Make’s proposed new Leadenhall Triangle scheme

Chelsea Barracks: the legacy

The RIBA must get off its high horse and engage in this debate, says Kieran Long

Prince Charles was right to speak out, now architects must listen

The Prince was sticking up for a general public denied a voice by an architectural closed shop dominated by modernists, says Alireza Sagharchi

Prince Charles runs rings round spoiled starchitects

The Chelsea Barracks complaint from Foster, Hadid and friends was a bit rich - and it may have backfired, says Kieran Long

The interior of DRDH's competition-winning cultural complex

The recession has hit Rogers – but keep your chin up

If starchitects are making redundancies, what hope is there? Plenty, says Christine Murray

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