During a career that spans more than fifty years, British architect Richard Rogers has helped shape the modern era.
Rogers is known for his fascination for technology, designing transparent, machine-like buildings that are both beautiful and highly efficient.
His landmark works include Lloyd’s of London, the Millennium Dome, Madrid Barajas Airport Terminal 4, National Assembly for Wales, and, in Paris, the famous Centre Pompidou designed with Renzo Piano.
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