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Richard Rogers + Architects

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Wood Pencil / Environmental Design / Exhibitions / 2008

The exhibition ‘Richard Rogers + Architects: From the House to the City,’ presents a detailed survey of the work of the architect Richard Rogers. It spans his whole career, from the early years with Norman and Wendy Foster and Su Rogers at Team 4 in the 1960s, to designing the Pompidou Centre with Renzo Piano in the 1970s, to the establishment of the Richard Rogers Partnership – now Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. The projects are arranged in colour-coded sections, called urban blocks, each of which evokes a particular architectural theme: transparent, legible, green, lightweight, public, urban and systems. Projects are grouped by these themes and examined through new and archive models, photographs, drawings and films.

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