Richard Rogers: A life in buildings

Richard Rogers at the 'London as it could be' exhibition, 1986

Source: RSHP

Gallery: Some of Richard Rogers’ greatest buildings

Richard Rogers has won the Stirling Prize twice - for Barajas Airport terminal in Madrid and for London’s first Maggie’s cancer care centre - but his most famous buildings are undoubtedly the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Lloyds Building in London.


Richard Rogers was also the author of the Millennium Dome - which was initially ridiculed because of the contents, which were nothing to do with the practice, and the millennium-eve singalong led by the then prime minister Tony Blair. It is now the highly successful O2 concert venue.

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