Rogers to leave Hammersmith?

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is reported to be about to move out of its Hammersmith home.

The practice was established by Richard Rogers, the designer of the new White City Health Centre, and the Maggies Centre at Charing Cross Hospital, as well as Terminal 5 at Heathrow, and a wide range of other architectural icons including the Lloyds Building in the City. It has been based on Thames Wharf on the Hammersmith riverbank for 30 years.

The Architects Journal reports the practice is looking to move to central London when its current lease expires.

A former partner of Richard Rogers, Marco Goldschmied, owns the site through his company Thames Wharf Partners, and reportedly plans to redevelop the complex once RSH+P has departed.

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