17 September 2012
Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners will be putting their walking boots on for London Maggie’s Night Hike again this year. Overnight on 21 September, teams from the practice (with their friends and family) will walk 10 or 20 miles to raise money for Maggie’s.
Ivan Harbour, Partner in charge of Maggie’s London Centre has done the hike three times before: “Working on Maggie’s London was a huge privilege for the practice. It’s great to work on something so vital and it served as a reminder that a project doesn’t need to be big or complicated with a huge budget to be successful.
“We’ve always believed that great buildings are reliant on great clients and Maggie’s is no exception. RSHP built up a fantastic relationship with the Maggie’s team while working on the project and winning the Stirling Prize felt like the perfect ending to such a close collaboration. The practice is proud to be taking part in the Maggie’s night hike once again this year.
“This is the 4th year that RSHP have taken part in the night hike, and many people have done it several times. It is a great opportunity to do something truly challenging as well as get inside some of London’s most exclusive buildings. Teamwork and charitable donations are written into the constitution of the practice and the hike gives us the opportunity to do both.”