Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is now RSHP

The London-headquartered architectural firm founded in 1977 as the Richard Rogers Partnership and subsequently renamed in 2007 as Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has announced that it is leaning heavily into its oft-used acronym of RSHP with another formal change—an adjustment that comes several months after the death of its Pritzker Prize­–winning founder, Richard Rogers, at the age of 88.

Beginning today, June 30, the practice is now simply known as RSHP. In a press announcement, the firm described the move as the “next step in the continued evolution of a studio that has earned a reputation for innovation throughout its 40-year history, delivering

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