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Praemium for Rogers

Richard Rogers has won the £90,000 Japanese-sponsored Praemium Imperiale architecture prize. Described as 'the Nobel prize of the arts' by competition judge Sir Edward Heath, the prize recognises excellence in painting, sculpture, architecture, music and theatre/film. Lord Rogers is only the second British architect to win the prize in its 12-year history, after James Stirling in 1990. His former partner Renzo Piano won it in 1995. The film accompanying the announcement concentrated ...

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