Graham Stirk On His Career Of Iconic Designs As Part Of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

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In an exclusive half-hour interview with Graham Stirk, partner at Richard Rogers' London-based practice RSHP (Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners), Monocle's Tom Edwards dives into discussing the complexity of some of the practice’s recent projects. Stirk is best known for designing some of the firm's iconic London buildings, such as the Leadenhall Building (or “Cheesegrater”) and the more controversial NEO Bankside. Check out more episodes in Monocle's The Big Interview series.
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