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Pritzker Prize-Winning Architect Richard Rogers Dies at 88

Rogers designed Paris’ Centre Pompidou as well as London’s Millennium Dome




Pritzer Prize-winner architect Richard Rogers has died at age 88, reports CNN. Rogers is known for designing the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the 3 World Trade Center tower in New York and the Millennium Dome in London.

New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman called Rogers “an architect of tremendous humanity and vitality and visual genius, one of the greats, and great not least for his deep commitment to civil society and the life of the streets” in a Twitter post.

Among his accolades, Rogers’ firm Rogers, Stirk, Harbour and Partners was awarded the Royal Institute of British Architects’ Stirling Prize in 2006 for Terminal 4 at Madrid’s Baraas International Airport, and again in 2009 for London cancer care hospital Maggie’s Center. He also earned the Pritzker Prize in 2007 and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 1991.






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