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. The building’s tapering profile is prompted by a requirement to respect views of St Paul’s Cathedral, in particular from Fleet Street. The tower’s design ensures that from this key vantage point the cathedral’s dome is still framed by a clear expanse of sky.
RSHP completes International Towers at Barangaroo, Sydney
The proposal for the redevelopment of the north-west corner of the Museum site will provide a flexible series of spaces which support the wide range of activities undertaken by the British Museum.
Harvard Graduate School of Design launches the Richard Rogers Fellowship
The towers are conceived as three sibling buildings within the RSHP masterplan for Barangaroo South, each with their own identity.
After 30 years based at Thames Wharf in Hammersmith West London, the practice has moved to The Leadenhall Building, to a new studio that better suits the practice as it is now.