The British Noninvasion

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009
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Richard Rogers, Norman Foster, and James Stirling in 1986. Better luck next time, chaps. (Courtesy BD Online)

Richard Rogers, Norman Foster, and James Stirling in 1986. Better luck next time, chaps. (Courtesy BD Online)

As Jonathan Glancey gamely points out in his piece today (a piece which ANN gamely pointed out to us), British architects–namely lords Foster and Rogers–have had a bit of a hard time building in New York. For proof he points to the speculative¬†story from yesterday’s Daily News that has the PA nixing both architects’ towers. Read More

Rogers Goes Terminal

East Coast, Other
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
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AJ got word two weeks ago that Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners had been chosen to develop a new 42-story tower atop the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan. What our colleagues across the pond did not have was the new rendering released yesterday by the PA when it made the announcement official. Read More

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