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Rogers, Richard, 1933-2021

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Personal name headingRogers, Richard, 1933-2021
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Variant(s)Rogers, Richard, 1933-
Rogers, Richard George
Rogers of Riverside, Richard George Rogers, Baron, 1933-2021
Associated countryGreat Britain
Birth date1933-07-23
Death date2021-12-18
Place of birthFlorence (Italy)
Place of deathLondon (England)
Field of activityArchitecture
AffiliationTeam 4 (Firm) Piano & Rogers Architects Richard Rogers + Partners Richard Rogers Partnership Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Richard and Su Rogers Architects
Profession or occupationArchitects
Found inPiano, R. Centre Beaubourg ... 1977 (a.e.) t.p. (Piano & Rogers, architects)
RIBA direct., 1971: p. M192 (Rogers, Richard George, M.Arch Yale; Design Research Unit)
Art index, 10/77 (Rogers, Richard; Piano & Rogers, arch.)
WW 1985 (Rogers, Richard George; b. 7/23/33)
The architecture of Richard Rogers, c1994.
Architecture : a modern view, 1990: t.p. (Richard Rogers)
Cities for a small country, 2000: t.p. (Richard Rogers)
Wikipedia, 22 Dec. 2016: under Richard Rogers (Richard George Rogers, Baron Rogers of Riverside; born 23 July 1933 in Florence, Italy; a British architect noted for his modernist and functionalist designs in high-tech architecture)
Wikipedia, viewed March 9, 2022 (Richard Rogers; died 18 December 2021, in London, at the age of 88; firm history: 1960s, Team 4 with Norman Foster and Su Bromwell (later his wife); later 1960s, Richard and Su Rogers Architects; Piano + Rogers; 1977-2007, Richard Rogers Partnership; 2007-date, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners; Rogers resigned directorship in 2020 and firm will be renamed in 2022)
Associated languageeng
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