Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
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|Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners|
The headquarters of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
|Key architects||Richard Rogers, Graham Stirk, Ivan Harbour|
|Location||Thames Wharf Studios, London.|
|Awards||Manser Medal (2008)
Stirling Prize (2009)
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is a British architectural firm. Established in 2007, it was previously known as the Richard Rogers Partnership.
The firm's principal offices are located at Thames Wharf Studios in London. It also maintains offices in Madrid, Tokyo and Sydney. As of December 2010[update] the firm has 176 employees and 10 partners, including Richard, Lord Rogers.
The practice is strongly focused on sustainability, urban regeneration and social awareness, themes that have long been a feature of Rogers' work. Celebration of public space and the encouragement of public activities is also a recurring theme.[non-primary source needed]
The Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners practice is owned by a charitable trust, ensuring that no individual owns any share in its value and preventing private trading and inheritance of shares. The practice divides its profits between all of the staff and their chosen charities, according to publicly declared principles.[non-primary source needed]
In 2008, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners was awarded the Manser Medal for Houses and Housing, given for the best one-off house (Oxley Woods) designed by an architect in the UK.
Notable projects 
This list contains only projects due for completion during or after 2007, when Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners was founded. For earlier work by Team 4, Richard and Su Rogers, Piano + Rogers and the Richard Rogers Partnership, see the Richard Rogers page.
- London Heathrow Terminal 5, London, UK (1989–2008) 
- Maggie's Centre, London, UK (2001–2008) 
- Bodegas Protos, Peñafiel, Valladolid, Spain (2008)
- Central Park Station (R9), Kaohsiung Mass Rapid Transit system, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan (2003–2007)
- 300 New Jersey Avenue, Washington, D.C., USA (2004–2009)
- Ching Fu Group Headquarters, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (2005–2007)
- Campus Palmas Atlas (CPA), Seville, Spain (2005–2009)
- 175 Greenwich Street, New York, USA (2006-)
- Capodichino Underground Station, Naples, Italy (2006-)
- Santa Maria del Pianto Underground Station, Naples, Italy (2006-)
- British Museum, Northwest Development, London, UK (2007-)
- 360-London (2007-)
- Greater Paris / Grand Paris, France (2008-)
- Oxley Woods, Milton Keynes, UK; Government-sponsored 'Design for Manufacture (DfM)' competition 
- Las Arenas, Barcelona, remodeling of the bullring into a shopping mall (completion expected 2012)
- One Hyde Park, London, UK (2007-2009) 
- Leadenhall building, London, UK (completion expected 2012-2014)
- Neo Bankside, London, UK (completion expected 2012)  [non-primary source needed]
- New city centre and tram station in Scandicci, Italy (2007-)
- International Towers Sydney, Barangaroo, Sydney, Australia ( 2009-) [non-primary source needed]
- "Practice employees". Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. Retrieved 2010-12-12.
- "Theory: Public domain". Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. Retrieved 2010-12-12.
- "Social awareness". Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. Retrieved 2010-12-12.
- "Oxley Woods wins the Manser Medal". RIBA. Retrieved 2010-12-12.
- "RIBA Stirling Prize 2009". RIBA. Retrieved 2009-11-26.
- Glancey, Jonathan (21 November 2001). "It's been so long, is terminal 5 now out of date?". The Guardian. Retrieved 2012-07-11.
- Moore, Rowan (23 January 2011). "One Hyde Park – review". The Observer. Retrieved 2012-07-11.