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Pritzker Winner Rogers

The Guardian's blog gives a big kiss to Richard Rogers, winner of the 2007 Pritzker Prize and architect behind the Pompidou Centre in Paris, Lloyd's of London, the Welsh assembly building, the Millennium Dome, and the Barajas International Airport in Madrid (pictured above.) Rogers, who attended London's Architectural Association and Yale, is the fourth British architect to win the Pritzker, following James Stirling (1981), Norman Foster (1999) and Zaha Hadid (2004) informs the Guardian. Also, the Frank Llloyd Wright blog rounds up some more interviews/analysis of Rogers, including NPR's take on the architect. Roger's stuff may be pretty, but NPR reporters? Not so much, says the blog.
· In Praise of Richard Rogers [Guardian Blog]
· Rogers takes the 'Nobel for architecture' [The Guardian]
· The Frank Lloyd Wright Newsblog [FLW Newsblog]