Marco Goldschmied

Architect Shanghai / China

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Marco Goldschmied
PPRIBA , AA Dipl, MSc, Hon.AIA, FRSA, ARB Marco Goldschmied is a Past President of the RIBA, former chair of the Stirling Prize and RIBA Gold Medal jury, and founding partner of the Richard Rogers Partnership from which he retired in 2004. He was an Associate Partner of Piano + Rogers from 1971-1977 and worked on numerous projects worldwide including the Pompidou Centre, Lloyd's of London, Billingsgate, 88 Wood St, Channel 4 TV and Terminal 5. He now runs his own real estate operations in Europe and has been appointed as adirector of SPARK to advise SPARK on design management and marketing strategies. The Marco Goldschmied Foundation regularly sponsors architecture awards and conferences including the Stirling and the Stephen Lawrence prizes and bursaries for architecture students. A prominent figure in the UK architecture establishment for the last 3 decades, Marco has written and lectured extensively on architecture, design and masterplanning across Europe and Asia. He is a graduate of the Architectural Association School in London, has a Masters Degree in Construction Project Management from the University of Reading and is an Honorary Member of the American Institute of Architects.
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PPRIBA , AA Dipl, MSc, Hon.AIA, FRSA, ARB Marco Goldschmied is a Past President of the RIBA, former chair of the Stirling Prize and RIBA Gold Medal jury, and founding partner of the Richard Rogers Partnership from which he retired in 2004. He was an Associate Partner of Piano + Rogers from 1971-1977 and worked on numerous projects worldwide including the Pompidou Centre, Lloyd's of London, Billingsgate, 88 Wood St, Channel 4 TV and Terminal 5. He now runs his own real estate operations in Europe and has been appointed as adirector of SPARK to advise SPARK on design management and marketing strategies. The Marco Goldschmied Foundation regularly sponsors architecture awards and conferences including the Stirling and the Stephen Lawrence prizes and bursaries for architecture students. A prominent figure in the UK architecture establishment for the last 3 decades, Marco has written and lectured extensively on architecture, design and masterplanning across Europe and Asia. He is a graduate of the Architectural Association School in London, has a Masters Degree in Construction Project Management from the University of Reading and is an Honorary Member of the American Institute of Architects.