Richard Rogers

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RICHARD ROGERS

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Richard George Rogers is an Italian-British architect and 2007 Pritzker Prize winner. During his two-year military service, he learned to know about the work of Ernesto Nathan Rogers (BBPR), a well-known Italian architect and his father’s cousin. As a result, Rogers decided to study at the Architectural Association School in London. In 1961, he continued to study at the Yale School of Art and Architecture on receiving a scholarship. He founded Richard Rogers Partnership in 1977 with offices in London, Barcelona, Madrid, and Tokyo. 

The partnership expanded in 2007, and he changed the name to Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners. From 1998 to 2005, Rogers chaired the Urban Task Force, a UK government working group on urban renewal issues. He gained international fame through such structures as Lloyd’s in London, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, and the Millennium Dome in London. His works are characterized by a demonstrative use of high-tech elements.

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Kent, England

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Kingston Polytechnic

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Richard George Rogers is an Italian-British architect and 2007 Pritzker Prize winner. During his two-year military service, he learned to know about the work of Ernesto Nathan Rogers (BBPR), a well-known Italian architect and his father’s cousin. As a result, Rogers decided to study at the Architectural Association School in London. In 1961, he continued to study at the Yale School of Art and Architecture on receiving a scholarship. He founded Richard Rogers Partnership in 1977 with offices in London, Barcelona, Madrid, and Tokyo. 

The partnership expanded in 2007, and he changed the name to Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners. From 1998 to 2005, Rogers chaired the Urban Task Force, a UK government working group on urban renewal issues. He gained international fame through such structures as Lloyd’s in London, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, and the Millennium Dome in London. His works are characterized by a demonstrative use of high-tech elements.

www.rsh-p.com

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