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Richard Rogers: Pompidou and Millennium Dome architect dies aged 88

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British architect Richard Rogers, known for designing some of the world’s most famous buildings including Paris’ Pompidou Centre, has died aged 88. Rogers, who changed the London skyline with distinctive creations suc...

Bamboo airports and psychedelic oil refineries: Richard Rogers’ thrilling legacy

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He may have hung up his pencil in 2020, but Richard Rogers was never the retiring type. The architect made his name with buildings that exploded their inner workings on to their outsides, dressing galleries and office...

‘A blast of joy, energy and invention’ – in praise of Richard Rogers

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One way to understand Richard Rogers is as a man who wanted everything. He wanted beautiful new buildings, a fair and civilised society and success for himself and his friends and collaborators. He was generous and to...

Are You Listening? by Jenny Rogers review – putting the office into therapy

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Hamish is a rich and successful entrepreneur, a man who seems to be winning at life. Yet secretly, he is falling apart. His second wife has left him, he’s stressed out of his mind and he has just mournfully realised t...

Ash Barty knocked out of US Open after shock loss to Shelby Rogers

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World No 1 Ash Barty has crashed out of the US Open with a shock third-round collapse against inspired American Shelby Rogers. Barty blew a 5-2 double-break lead in the deciding set of a 6-2, 1-6, 7-6 (7-5) defeat to ...

Shelby Rogers expects death threats after US Open loss to Emma Raducanu

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Shelby Rogers has joined her compatriot Sloane Stephens in highlighting the abuse tennis players deal with on social media. The American was speaking after her fourth-round defeat to Emma Raducanu at the US Open on Mo...

Be reassured: the world is not as divided as we might think

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Today’s widely accepted narrative is that we live in historically divided times. Voters are routinely described as “polarised”, while analysts compete to identify the essential schism of the age, whether this is metro...