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This catalogue reflects the work of Norman Foster, who was awarded the Pritzker Prize, the architectural equivalent of the Nobel Prize, and is a survey of the work of his practice with descriptions of more than 120 buildings and projects, from the 1960s into the new millennium. It explains the key features of the practice's most important work and covers the full range of its activities as urban planners, architects and industrial designers. The practice was responsible for the international airport at Chek Lap Kok, the largest construction projects ever undertaken and the rebuilding of the Reichstag in Berlin, considered to be one of the most important architectural commissions of recent years. Added to this are the Great Court at the British Museum, the Glasshouse at the National Botanic Garden of Wales and the Millennium Bridge in London. Forthcoming projects include the Headquarters for the Greater London Authority, Wembley Stadium, the Music Centre in Gateshead and the London Headquarters of Swiss Re.

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