Richard RogersThe 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, 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 In The News
Speaking out in a video interview conducted by AJ editor Christine Murray, Richard Rogers discusses greed in the profession, navigates the moral issues surrounding airports and City towers, and describes how his practice has tethered its commercial success with the practice’s social ethos.
These are the first shots of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ (RSH+P) £135 million extension to the British Museum which is currently under construction
Terry Farrell will continue to play a ‘significant role’ on the development of Wood Wharf in Canary Wharf despite the arrival of new masterplanner Allies and Morrison
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ (RSHP) vision for Paris in 2030 has taken a step nearer realisation with news that a pivotal transport scheme has been approved
Richard Rogers has said new office-to-residential rules will not solve the UK’s housing problems and reiterated the importance of brownfield regeneration
The Spender House in Essex - designed by Richard and Su Rogers in 1968 - has been given Grade II listed status
The AJ can reveal the winning and the runner-up schemes in the competition to design a new skyscraper on New York’s Park Avenue.
Comment on Richard Rogers
The RIBA must get off its high horse and engage in this debate, says Kieran Long
The Prince was sticking up for a general public denied a voice by an architectural closed shop dominated by modernists, says Alireza Sagharchi
The Chelsea Barracks complaint from Foster, Hadid and friends was a bit rich - and it may have backfired, says Kieran Long
If starchitects are making redundancies, what hope is there? Plenty, says Christine Murray