Tributes pour in for ‘father of urban renaissance’ Richard Rogers

Richard Rogers

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Tributes are pouring in for legendary architect Lord Richard Rogers, who died at the weekend aged 88. During his illustrious career, Rogers designed a host of iconic buildings including the Millennium Dome, Lloyd’s building in the City of London, the ‘Cheesegrater’ and Pompidou Centre in Paris, to name but a ...

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