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Richard Rogers on heritage and architecture

Friday 6 September 2013

Here’s a little video in which the noted European architect talks about designing new buildings while taking account of their historical settings.

I have a special fondness for the wonderful Pompidou Centre​—​a pearl in the pearlshell that is Paris​—​designed by Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers.

View to the northeast from Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, September 2010. On the right is the Pompidou Centre. On the left, the typical 19th century streetscape fronting Rue Beaubourg. In the middle is the building that contains the remains of the studio of Constantin Brânçusi, originally located in Montparnasse.

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