Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners officially completes Three World Trade Center in New York City

June 12, 2018 Bridget Cogley 0

Architecture firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has completed the construction of Three World Trade Center in Manhattan, which is now the city’s fifth-tallest building. The skyscraper spans 80 storeys and reaches 1,079 feet (329 metres) high, making it currently the second tallest building at the redeveloped World Trade Center site. External construction work in

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Norman Foster and Richard Rogers pay tribute to “genius” Will Alsop

May 16, 2018 Tom Ravenscroft 0

British architectural heavyweights Norman Foster and Richard Rogers have written tributes to Will Alsop, who passed away earlier this week. Foster called Alsop a “truly unique individual”, while Rogers said he was a “wonderful, warm, brilliant architect and friend”. Alsop, who was nominated for the Stirling Prize four times and won UK architecture’s highest honour in 2000, died

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Wimbledon house was meant to solve the British housing problem but didn’t, says Richard Rogers

March 15, 2018 Ben Hobson 0

In this exclusive video interview, British architect Richard Rogers reflects on the influence of the seminal house he designed for his parents at 22 Parkside in Wimbledon, London. Designed in the late 1960s by Rogers and his then wife Su, the Wimbledon house – also known as the Rogers House – was intended to demonstrate

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SelgasCano transforms Richard Rogers’ former studio into another Second Home workspace

January 25, 2018 Alyn Griffiths 0

Spanish studio SelgasCano has completed a third plant-filled workspace for Second Home, in the west London building that housed Richard Rogers’ first architecture studio as well as providing the setting for cult 1960s film Blowup. Second Home Holland Park is the third venue that José Selgas and Lucía Cano have created for the London-based company, which provides studio

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Architectural Association promises to maintain cultural offering as members protest redundancies

December 8, 2017 India Block 0

The Architectural Association has sought to alleviate concerns that staff cuts will mean the loss of it’s exhibitions and publications departments, as members including David Adjaye and Richard Rogers demand a meeting to reverse the plans. Adjaye and Rogers, along with Kate MacIntosh, Ted Cullinan and Edward Jones, were among 21 signatories of a letter

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Sculptures of Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano will sit opposite the Centre Pompidou

September 10, 2017 Gunseli Yalcinkaya 0

French artist Xavier Veilhan has created two new sculptures of Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano, which are set to be permanently installed across from the architects’ iconic building, the Centre Pompidou. The sculptures are variations on pieces in Veilhan’s Architects series, first exhibited at a private viewing in the Palace of Versailles in 2009. They will

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