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Richard Rogers Collection

Richard Rogers is a renowned architect who has left an indelible mark on the world of architecture

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Large atrium in the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London

Large atrium in the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: The Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London, London

The Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London, London

Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: May 2008

May 2008
UK, England, London. The Lloyds Building in the London city centre

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Georges Pompidou Centre, Paris, France. August 1977

Georges Pompidou Centre, Paris, France. August 1977

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Europe, England, London, Lloyds Of London

Europe, England, London, Lloyds Of London

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Richard Rogers, 1532-1597, eminent English priest

Richard Rogers, 1532-1597, eminent English priest
6040072 Richard Rogers, 1532-1597, eminent English priest. by Bry, Theodor de (1528-98); Private Collection; (add.info.: Richard Rogers, 1532-1597, eminent English 16th Century priest)

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Germany, Berlin, Potzdamer Platz, Daimler City, Office and residential buildings

Germany, Berlin, Potzdamer Platz, Daimler City, Office and residential buildings on Linkstrasse designed by Richard Rogers

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20105043

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England, London, Westminster, 124 Horseferry Road the headquarters of Channel Four television broadcasting, designed by the Richard Rogers partnership

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20105046

EyeUbiquitous_20105046
England, London, Westminster, 124 Horseferry Road the headquarters of Channel Four television broadcasting, designed by the Richard Rogers partnership

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England, London, Westminster, 124 Horseferry Road the headquarters of Channel Four television broadcasting, designed by the Richard Rogers partnership

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20105044

EyeUbiquitous_20105044
England, London, Westminster, 124 Horseferry Road the headquarters of Channel Four television broadcasting, designed by the Richard Rogers partnership

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20105042

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England, London, Westminster, 124 Horseferry Road the headquarters of Channel Four television broadcasting, designed by the Richard Rogers partnership

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EyeUbiquitous_20105041
England, London, Westminster, 124 Horseferry Road the headquarters of Channel Four television broadcasting, designed by the Richard Rogers partnership

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Lloyds, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies

Lloyds, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies
The Lloyds Building, headquarters of the insurance company Lloyds of London, a Grade II listed building, unusual mostly due to its pipes and ducts constructed on the outside

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Japan, Tokyo, Tomigaya Exhibition Space and Turbine Tower designed by Richard Rogers

Japan, Tokyo, Tomigaya Exhibition Space and Turbine Tower designed by Richard Rogers

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: UK, England, London

UK, England, London. The Lloyds Building in the London city centre

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: The O2 Arena from Greenwich Park, London, 2009

The O2 Arena from Greenwich Park, London, 2009. Designed by Richard Rogers, the Millennium Dome was built to house an exhibition commemorating the arrival of the third millennium

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Lift shafts, Lloyds building, London, England, United Kingdom

Lift shafts, Lloyds building, London, England, United Kingdom

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Madrid Barajas International Airport

Madrid Barajas International Airport, Madrid, Spain. This is the interior of terminal 4. Terminal 4 was designed to give passengers a stress-free start to a journey through the careful design of its

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Pompidou Centre designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, housing the National Museum for Modern

Pompidou Centre designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, housing the National Museum for Modern Art, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Lloyds Building at night, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Lloyds Building at night, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Exterior detail of the Pompidou Centre, Beaubourg, Paris, France, Europe

Exterior detail of the Pompidou Centre, Beaubourg, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageRichard Rogers Collection: Exterior lift on the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London

Exterior lift on the Lloyds Building, designed by Richard Rogers, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe



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Richard Rogers is a renowned architect who has left an indelible mark on the world of architecture. One of his most iconic creations is the Lloyds Building, located in the City of London. This architectural marvel features a large atrium that serves as its centerpiece, showcasing Richard Rogers' innovative design philosophy. Completed in May 2008, the Lloyds Building stands tall amidst the bustling streets of London's financial district. Its striking presence and unique aesthetic make it a standout among other skyscrapers in the area. The building's distinct features, including its large atrium and futuristic design elements, are testaments to Richard Rogers' visionary approach to architecture. But Richard Rogers' influence extends far beyond London's skyline. In August 1977, he made waves with another groundbreaking project - the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, France. This cultural hub revolutionized modern architecture with its unconventional inside-out design and vibrant exterior color palette. Throughout his illustrious career, it has left his mark across Europe and beyond. From Berlin's Potzdamer Platz to England's own Lloyds Of London headquarters, his designs have become synonymous with innovation and creativity in architectural circles. However, it is important not to confuse this contemporary architect with another historical figure sharing his name – Richard Rogers (1532-1597), an eminent English priest from centuries past. Richard Rogers continues to inspire architects around the world through his bold designs that push boundaries and challenge conventions. His legacy will forever be etched into our skylines as a testament to human ingenuity and artistic vision.