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Rome Congress Centre

This competition scheme was designed for a site in the EUR district of Rome, an area planned in the 1930s as a demonstration of the monumental formalism that characterised fascist urbanism.



Located in a newly designated industrial zone within a few kilometres of the town of Quimper in Brittany and adjacent to a major road, the site provides magnificent views across country towards Quimper and the south Brittany coast.

Lea Valley and Olympics

London, UK





RSHP wins BCO award for Best Commercial Workplace in the UK, 2016


Cancer Centre at Guy's Hospital

Daimler Chrysler Office and Retail

In 1991 the city authorities opted for a conservative masterplan for the redevelopment of the devastated Potsdamer Platz quarter of Berlin (close to the former line of the Berlin Wall), rejecting more radical proposals including those initially submitted by RSHP.

The Leadenhall Building

This 50-storey tower opposite Lloyd’s of London rises to a height of 224.5 metres (802 feet), its slender form creating its own distinctive profile within an emerging cluster of tall buildings in this part of the City of London.




Mexico City, Mexico
2005 - 2016


Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners believes that a strong social vision is the driving force behind a happy and productive workforce, which is critical for the development of a sustainable civil society.

T4 Madrid Barajas Airport

The terminal, which is the biggest in Spain, was commissioned to enable Barajas International Airport to compete with major hub airports within Europe.


​£160 million Cancer Centre opens at Guy’s Hospital

Shanghai Masterplan

No city has gone through a more extreme period of growth and change in the last two decades than Shanghai. In that time it has gone from a city of low-rise buildings and densely packed housing, crowded behind the historic European classical buildings of the Bund, to the skyscraper-studded skyline of the present.


Antwerp Law Courts

The new law courts for the Flemish city of Antwerp is one of the practice’s major public buildings of the early 21st century. Like many projects by the practice, it reflects a vision of the city as a humane and democratic place with a commitment to the regeneration of urban life.