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"Office buildings tend to be very boring" – Richard Rogers

"Office buildings tend to be very boring" – Richard Rogers

See more architecture movies on Dezeen: http://www.dezeen.com/features/movies/In this movie focussing on the work of Richard Rogers, the British architect talks exclusively to Dezeen about...
Richard Rogers on the Pompidou – "It captured the revolutionary spirit of 1968"

Richard Rogers on the Pompidou – "It captured the revolutionary spirit of 1968"

In our second exclusive video interview with Richard Rogers, the British architect reveals that key elements of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, which he...
Richard Rogers discusses his seminal Wimbledon house

Richard Rogers discusses his seminal Wimbledon house

In this exclusive video interview, British architect Richard Rogers reflects on the influence of the seminal house he designed for his parents at 22...
Richard Rogers on his radical Lloyd's building in London

Richard Rogers on his radical Lloyd's building in London

See more architecture and design movies on Dezeen: http://www.dezeen.com/features/movies/In our next movie focussing on key projects by Richard Rogers, the British architect talks exclusively...
Richard Rogers – Cities

Richard Rogers – Cities

Lecture date: 1991-01-01Richard Rogers gives a talk to Summer School students in the Photo Library, illustrating his discussion of cities with his practice's recent...
Richard Rogers – At The ACA

Richard Rogers – At The ACA

Lecture date: 1982-02-16At the ACAOne of Britain's most influential and powerful architects, Richard Rogers studied at the AA before graduating from Yale University. He...
RIBA International Prize Winner’s Lecture 2016 with Grafton Architects and Richard Rogers

RIBA International Prize Winner’s Lecture 2016 with Grafton Architects and Richard Rogers

2016 RIBA International Prize Winner's Lecture with Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara from Grafton Architects with chair of the Grand Jury, Richard Rogers. Opening clip...