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Pentagram

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners: 10 Years

Film & Motion Graphics

A short film to mark the tenth anniversary of the practice’s new partnership – recognising the work of Graham Stirk and Ivan Harbour alongside Richard Rogers.

Previously known as the Richard Rogers Partnership, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is an international architectural practice based in London. 

Pentagram were commissioned to produce a short film—which was screened during an event at the Design Museum—to mark the tenth anniversary of the practice's new partnership structure, officially changing its name to recognise the work of Graham Stirk and Ivan Harbour alongside Richard Rogers. 

The film reflects on the core principles of the practice, including sustainable design, creating flexible space, and reflecting democracy. Pentagram previously created the identity for Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners, following a set of films including: Ethos, screened at London's Royal Academy of Arts; Thinking & Making, screened at London's Design Museum; and Exposed, screened at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.