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The Audiacity of Richard Rogers

Architectural superstar and eminence grise Richard Rogers is in some odd company in the latest issue of the very luxurious Audi Magazine.

Sandwiched betwwen articles on Audi's RS 6 Avant and the essentials for winning at Le Mans is an admiring, to say the least, profile of Rogers by Guardian hack Jonathan Glancey.

Most extraordinary are the black and white photographs by Benedict Redgrove, which show every pore in the concrete of the Lloyd's Building and in the more-than-lifesize face of architecture's favourite Lord.

Nice piece of work, but not sure what it does for the green credentials.

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