In 1977 Richard Rogers set up Richard Rogers Partnership, which in 2007 changed its name to Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, recognising the contribution of two of the six senior directors, Graham Stirk and Ivan Harbour. The practice is unusual in that is owned by a charitable trust, Thames Wharf Charity, which would be the sole beneficiary of the assets of the practice if it were dissolved or sold. Rogers Stirk Harbour is noted for designs that include prize-winning projects such as Madrid Barajas airport and Maggie’s Centre in London. Profits have grown 158% a year from £882,000 in 2005 to £15.1m for the year ending June 2008.
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