RICHARD ROGERS COMPLETE WORKS includes three volumes detailing the work of Richard Rogers, the innovative British architect who won the Pritzker Prize in 2007. Phaidon previously published the three volumes in the set in 1999, 2001, and 2006. The compendium features all of Rogers' projects, both built and unfinished, from 1961 until the present day, including Centre Pompidou in Paris (1971-77); Lloyd's of London (1978-86); the European Union Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (1989-95); the Terminal Building at Barajas Airport in Madrid (1997-2005); and Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport (1999-2008). The three volumes are widely illustrated with images and blueprints from Rogers' practice's archive, alongside authoritative text and essays setting the projects in context.
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Kenneth Powell is an architectural critic, journalist, and author of many books. He contributed to Structure, Space and Skin: The Work of Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners (Phaidon, 1993) and has written extensively on the work of Richard Rogers, including Richard Rogers Complete Works Volume One and Two (Phaidon, 1999 and 2001) and Lloyd's Building: Richard Rogers Partnership (Phaidon, 1994).Review:
'[Rogers is] a truly remarkable team-builder whose name is secure in the history books' Architect's Journal, 27 Journal 2006
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