Peter Cook invites Richard Rogers' two new partners in the firm of Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners to present their new work and ideas. For more than twenty years Graham Stirk and Ivan Harbour have been key designers and latterly Directors of the Richard Rogers Partnership. With key figures such as John Young having retired to the American desert and Mike Davis ending on the high of Terminal 5, Rogers and his colleagues have taken the creative step of jumping in with the under-50s generation.
Graham Stirk studied at Oxford Poly and then at the AA (taught by Peter Cook and Christine Hawley). His main jobs include Lloyds Register, 88 Wood Street and the proposed skyscraper at 122 Leadenhall Street - all in London. Ivan Harbour studied at the Bartlett and has led the design on the Welsh Assembly, the Mossborne Community Academy and the Law Courts at Antwerp and Bordeaux.