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Jennings native wins Richard Rogers Award for Musical Theater

JENNINGS – Jennings native Chelsea Marcantel has received the 2021 Richard Rodgers Award for Musical Theater, presented by the American Academy of Arts and Letters for her collaboration on “The Monster.”. Marcantel, who has made Los Angeles her home for the past three years, has been collaborating with Michael Mahler...

This week Richard Rogers revealed his final building

This week on Dezeen, high-tech architect Richard Rogers unveiled a cantilevered art gallery in France, which was the final building designed before his retirement. Named The Richard Rogers Drawing Gallery, the building cantilevers 27 metres from a hillside at the Château La Coste vineyard in southern France. It was Pritzker...
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Richard Rogers signs off groundbreaking career with gravity-defying Château La Coste pavilion

Last September, when Richard Rogers stepped down from the architectural practice that he founded more than 40 years ago, he still had one personal project underway. Now, the last building of Rogers’ long and distinguished career, the new Drawing Gallery at Château La Coste in Provence, is complete. It’s tiny, but spectacular. Vivid orange and hovering, apparently weightless, the building cantilevers out of a thickly wooded ridge too steep for planting the vines that grow in neat rows on either side.
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Richard Rogers art gallery floats over a forest in France

Work was recently completed on Richard Rogers' final project for the firm he founded back in 1977, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. The now-retired Pritzker Prize-winning architect has gone out on a high – literally – with a striking art gallery that extends out of a hillside in France. The...
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Richard Rogers balances his final building over Provence vineyard

Pritzker Prize-winning architect Richard Rogers has completed his final building – a gallery that cantilevers 27 metres out above the hillside at the Château La Coste vineyard in southern France. Named The Richard Rogers Drawing Gallery, the project was the last work produced by the architect before his retirement from...

RSHP cantilevers the 'richard rogers drawing gallery' above the grounds of château la coste

Rogers stirk harbour + partners (RSHP) has completed the final project that richard rogers began before his retirement from practice in june 2020. château la coste is a 500-acre vineyard and destination for art and architecture that features work by ai weiwei and renzo piano. set amid the trees of the château’s vineyard in the south of france, the site’s latest addition is a 120 square meter (1,292 square foot) gallery space designed by RSHP that cantilevers off a hillside overlooking the ancient ruin of la quille and the luberon national park.
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Sir Richard Rogers' First Residential Project in New York City Nears Completion

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners have unveiled images of their latest venture, No. 33 Park Row in New York City. Located across the street from City Hall Park in Downtown Manhattan, the project, nearing completion and set to officially launch in the spring of 2021, is the city’s first residential project designed by Sir Richard Rogers and Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
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Sir Richard Rogers, the Architect of Paris' Centre Pompidou, Takes on His First Residential Project in NYC

New York City is experiencing a design boom lately, with world-renowned architects like Jean Nouvel crafting new luxury residential builds. Now, Italian-British master Sir Richard Rogers—known for designing boundary-pushing hospitality projects like One Hyde Park in London, the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and One Monte Carlo in Monaco—is adding his skills to the mix by completing his first residential project in New York City: No. 33 Park Row.
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No. 33 Park Row: Sir Richard Rogers' first residences in NYC to launch sales this spring

Italian-British architect Richard Rogers is one of the most influential modern architects alive today. Having designed global landmarks such as the Pompidou Centre in Paris (with Renzo Piano) and Lloyd's building in London, he and his firm, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSH+P), have been commissioned to design several high-tech buildings in the Big Apple. Since completing the handsome supertall 3 World Trade Center in 2018, Rogers has at least two major projects underway in the city. Nearly finished at 1 Beekman Street is No. 33 Park Row, a gleaming glass and steel high-rise that will become Rogers's first residential project in the city. Come spring 2021, the 23-story high-rise will bring to market 30 one- to five-bedroom condo residences overlooking City Hall Park.