Perambulation Nº14—Richard Rogers, A Guide to Selected Buildings in London
Richard Rogers’s career spanned seven decades. His structures, including the radical Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Lloyd’s Building in London, have done more to shape the world’s cities than any other architect of his time.
This guide features some of his practice’s most notable buildings across London —from a 1960s single-storey house for his parents in Wimbledon, to the vast Millennium Dome in Greenwich. The tour, by foot and public transport, takes approximately 4–5 hours at a leisurely pace. If you want to make a whole day of it, you could stop off for lunch at the famous River Café (book well in advance!).
The guide comprises a map and a detailed route on the reverse.
8 pages (including cover/fold out map)
Folded size: 256 ✕ 120 mm
Printed on 150gsm FSC certified paper
Printed litho in 2 colours using plant-based inks
Illustration: Jay Cover
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