Previously known as the Richard Rogers Partnership, in the last ten years, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has built some of the most exciting and innovative projects in the firm’s history. It has won the Stirling Prize twice, for Barajas Airport in Madrid, and the Maggie’s West London Centre in London. More recently, Graham Stirk’s British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre has been shortlisted for the 2017 Stirling Prize, to be announced at the end of the month.
The past ten years has been a period of change and growth for the practice. In December 2015, London-based staff moved from their long-term headquarters at Thames Wharf in Hammersmith into the Leadenhall Building, the practice’s recently completed high-rise office building in the City of London.