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RSH+P Architects News

July 19, 2024
210 South 12th, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
210 South 12th Philadelphia tower building
image : RSHP
210 South 12th Philadelphia tower building
Leading national developer Midwood Investment & Development announced today that leasing has commenced for 210 South 12th, a 31-story tower with 376 rental apartments redefining the Philadelphia skyline in the heart of Center City.

9 August 2023
Artisi apartments, Hammersmith, West London, England, UK
Artisi Hammersmith apartments in west London
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Artisi Hammersmith apartments in west London
Artisi Hammersmith apartments in west London design by world renowned architects RSHP: rejuvenation of the Grade II listed Town Hall building into the new ‘Civic Campus’ combines culture, commercial and residential uses.

1 July 2022
From July 2022, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners will be known as RSHP.

10 Mar 2022
Student Accommodation in Hammersmith, West London, West London, England, UK
Student Accommodation in Hammersmith, West London
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Student Accommodation in Hammersmith, West London
Dominvs Group has received resolution to grant for a 713-bed purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) scheme in Hammersmith. Permission had previously been granted in December 2020 to deliver two new hotels on the site. However, following strong demand from Higher Education Institutions, the north of the site has been revised to provide high-quality PBSA.

19 December 2021

Architect Richard Rogers Dies

Richard Rogers Dies

Richard Rogers architect dies aged 88.

A spokesman said he had “passed away quietly” on Saturday evening.

Born in 1933 to an Anglo-Italian family in Florence, he trained at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London before graduating with a master’s from Yale.

Statement from RSHP:

It is with deep sadness that the partners and staff of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners acknowledge the death of our colleague, friend, and founder partner Richard Rogers.

For the four decades and more that we have all variously shared with him, he will be remembered as a colleague and friend, who was gregarious, always completely free of status, always inclusive, always exploring and looking ahead.

A man of immense drive and charisma, he was equally a man of civility and integrity, dedicated to the art and science of architecture, of urbanism, the life of the city, of political commitment and positive social change.

His love of people, of discussion, the sharing of views, of exploring new paths and of co-operative and creative working, was reflected in the practice he founded, and which continues to espouse and develop those ideals today.

Richard lived his family and professional life as one and our thoughts and condolences are very much with his family today.

The partners + staff

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP)

3 Sep 2020

Architect Richard Rogers to Retire

Richard Rogers, one of Britain’s greatest living architects, is to retire from the architecture practice he founded 43 years ago.

Key buildings include the Lloyd’s building in London, the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Millennium Dome, now the O2 arena.

Rogers, 87, who was given a peerage by Tony Blair, will have his name removed from the firm of Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners (RSHP) in the coming months as part of the architecture practice’s constitution –

The architect told The Guardian, ‘I am going to retire in a short time’.

Richard Rogers
photo courtesy of architects

The quality of its designs has been recognised with some of architecture’s highest awards, including two RIBA Stirling Prizes, one in 2006 for Terminal 4, Madrid Barajas Airport and the other in 2009 for Maggie’s West London Centre.

Since the early days of the Lloyd’s building in the 1970s the practice has produced innovative, beautiful, sustainable, and practical architecture which creatively solves problems for clients. A focus on providing flexible spaces separated from service elements means RSHP’s buildings are adaptable and resilient in a world where technology is changing rapidly.

Lloyd’s of London building:
Lloyds Building London facade
photo © Nick Weall

Richard Rogers Background

RSHP was founded in 2007, replacing the Richard Rogers Partnership.

Richard Rogers made his name with the Pompidou Centre in Paris (working with Renzo Piano). His reputation for exuberant hi-tech architecture was cemented with Lloyd’s of London – expressing services and structure on the outside of the building in a similar method to the Pompidou – and latterly the Millennium Dome, also London.

A recent major design was the controversial Chelsea Barracks, now abandoned. Current major designs by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners include One Hyde Park, British Museum Expansion and 122 Leadenhall Street (nicknamed ‘The Cheesegrater’).

Latest Buildings + Designs by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

18 Mar 2016
Skyfarm Tower Building
Design: Rogers Stirk Harbour Partners with Arup
Skyfarm by RSHP
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Skyfarm Tower Building Design by RSHP
“Skyfarm was initiated as a research project in response to the 2015 Milan Expo theme ‘feed the world’. It is said that by the year 2050 nearly 80 per cent of the earth’s population will reside in urban centres”.

BBVA Bancomer Tower Mexico City
Design: Rogers, Stirk Harbour + Partners with Legorreta + Legorreta
BBVA Bancomer Headquarters by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
photo © Lourdes Legorreta / LegoRogers
BBVA Bancomer Headquarters Mexico City Building – 10 Feb 2016
The President of Mexico officially opens new headquarters designed by LegoRogers for BBVA Bancomer in Mexico City. The 50-storey office tower is the first completed building by LegoRogers, a collaboration between international architectural practice Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Mexican firm Legorreta + Legorreta. The architecture brings together both practice’s different architectural languages yet common values to create a building that is both contextual and distinctive.

Mario Pani Award

19 Jan 2014 – Richard Rogers receives Mario Pani Award in Mexico.
The award, designed by the sculptor Jorge Yazpik, has previously been awarded to Peter Eisenmann, Kasuyo Sejima, Zaha Hadid and, last year, Denise Scott Brown, reports Building Design.

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Projects listed newest first

NEO Bankside, London, UK
NEO Bankside London
photo © Nick Weall
NEO Bankside

Barangaroo South, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Design with Hassell
Barangaroo South Office Towers Buildings Sydney
image courtesy of Lend Lease
Barangaroo Office Towers

122 Leadenhall Street Building, City of London, England
122 Leadenhall Street design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
image : Cityscape
122 Leadenhall Street : London office tower – on site

British Museum Conservation + Exhibition Spaces, Bloomsbury, London, UK
on site
British Museum development design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
image © the Trustees of the British Museum
British Museum Expansion

One Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, London, UK – completed Feb 2011
One Hyde Park
picture © Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
One Hyde Park – key project by this British architectural practice

Tideway Wharf, London, UK
Tideway Wharf
picture from architect
Tideway Wharf

Address: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Thames Wharf, Rainville Road, London W6 9HA United Kingdom

Contact RSHP: +44 (0)20 7385 1235

Richard Rogers Partnership : buildings up to the 2007 change to RSHP

Recent Buildings + Designs by RSHP

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Projects listed newest first

Campus Palmas Altas, Seville, Spain
Design with Vidal y Asociados arquitectos
Campus Palmas Altas design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
photo : Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Campus Palmas Altas

Torre BBVA-Bancomer Headquarters, Mexico City
Rogers, Stirk Harbour + Partners with Legorreta + Legorreta
Torre BBVA Bancomer design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
image : RSHP
BBVA Bancomer Headquarters

Chelsea Barracks Masterplan, London, UK
Chelsea Barracks London
image : Hayes Davidson/Candy & Candy
Chelsea Barracks Buildings : abandoned Jun 2009 after Prince Charles’ intervention

White City Collaborative Care Centre, London, UK

White City Care Centre design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
image : RSHP
White City Collaborative Care Centre

Heathrow Terminal 5, London, UK
Heathrow Terminal 5 design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
image from T5i
Heathrow Airport T5 Building

Scandicci New Centre, Florence, Italy

Scandicci New Centre design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
image : 7-t ltd
Scandicci New Centre

Maggie’s London, Hammersmith, west London, England
Maggie's London
photo © Maggie’s Centres
Maggie’s London : RSHP win Stirling Prize 2009 for this building

Bodegas Protos, Peñafiel, Valladolid, Spain
Bodegas Protos
image : RSHP
Bodegas Protos : Stirling Prize Nominee 2009

World Trade Centre – Tower 3, New York, USA
World Trade Centre Tower 3 design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
image : RSHP, Team Macarie I Courtesy of: Silverstein Properties
World Trade Centre Towers : New York Project

Ching Fu Shipbuilding HQ, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Ching Fu Shipbuilding HQ design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
photo : Katsuhisa Kida
Ching Fu Shipbuilding HQ

Channel 4 Headquarters, 124 Horseferry Road, St James’ Park, London, UK
Channel 4 TV Headquarters design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
photo © Nick Weall
Channel 4 TV Headquarters

Stirling Prize 2006 – Richard Rogers

Buildings by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Designs by RSHP, alphabetical:

Antwerp Law Courts, Belgium
Date built: 2007
Antwerp Law Courts
image from ArcelorMittal
Antwerp Law Courts

Barajas Airport European Terminal, Madrid, Spain – Stirling Prize winner
Design with Estudio Lamela, Architects
Richard Rogers building
photo : Amparo Garrido © The Photographer
Madrid Airport

Bracknell Town Centre Regeneration, Berkshire, England, UK
Design with Chapman Taylor Architects

Design for Manufacture Competition houses, Oxley Grange, Milton Keynes, UK
Date built: 2007

Elephant & Castle Tower , Elephant & Castle Development, south London
44 storeys + Southwark Playhouse Theatre

Heron Quays West Buildings – 3 office towers, Canary Wharf, London, England

Heron Quays West Tower 1, Canary Wharf
214m / 702ft

Holland Street buildings, Holland St, London


Kaohsiung City Underground Station, Taiwan
Date built: 2008

Las Arenas – Bull Ring Building Redevelopment, Barcelona, Spain
Dates built: 2006-11
Las Arenas
photo © David Cardelus
Las Arenas Barcelona : one of 9 RIBA Award buildings in the European Union 5 Sep 2011

London Park Hotel – mixed-use development, Elephant & Castle, London, UK

Riverside South development – two towers, Canary Wharf

Santa Maria del Piento Metro station, Naples, Italy

More projects by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners online soon

Location: Thames Wharf Studios, Rainville Road, London, W6 9HA

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Practice Information

RSHP was established in 2007

Pritzker Prize Architects – winner 2007

Richard Rogers architect : RIBA Gold Medal Winner 1985

Richard Rogers + Architects – From the House to the City, Design Museum
24 Apr – 25 Aug 2008
Design Museum Exhibition, London, UK

Older Buildings by Richard Rogers:

Barajas Airport European Terminal Building, Madrid, Spain
Barajas Airport
photo : Manuel Renau
Barajas Airport

Millennium Dome, Greenwich, east London, UK
Millennium Dome
photo © webbaviation
Millennium Dome : Tensile Structure – now London O2 Arena

Lloyd’s Building, City of London, England
Lloyd's Building
image © Adrian Welch
Lloyds Building

Centre George Pompidou, Paris, France
Richard Rogers / Renzo Piano Architects
Pompidou Centre
image © Adrian Welch
Pompidou Centre

London Architecture Designs

Buildings / photos for the Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners Architects page welcome