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Richard Rogers has had the most remarkable career in British architecture. Beginning with an extraordinary family house in Cornwall, then changing the shape of post-War architecture with the Pompidou Centre, he now heads up an international office that is busier than ever.

Exhibiting from April 25 at Design Museum London.


Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners have collaborated with George Wimpey to create a development of 145 of these beauties in Milton Keynes, an endeavour which has since gained them well deserved recognition in two categories of the Housebuilding Innvoation Awards — and yes, of course I want one.