and Heathrow Airport Holding
are sponsoring the Richard Rogers
exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts
. The exhibition will run from 18th July until 13th October 2013 and explores renowned projects including Terminal 4, Barajas Airport and Terminal 5
The very purpose of Ferrovial existence, as transport hub and infrastructure, construction and engineering firm, is to create those visions which so inspire the communities and societies they engage. The inevitable link between space, architecture and engineering is demonstrated by Rogers thought-provoking exhibition and this very collaboration the link between the extraordinary and how the extraordinary is enabled.
Representing Ferrovial, Colin Matthews, CEO Heathrow; Alejandro de la Joya, CEO Ferrovial Agroman e Ignacio Clopes, Director Managing Ferrovial Agroman UK & Ireland, among others, attended at the inaugural event of Richard Rogers: Inside Out.
Richard Rogers and Ferrovial
Richard Rogers has also recently participated in the Ferrovial Innovate event at the RIBA in London and the Ferrovial 60th Anniversary celebrations.
In addition, Rogers ethos and ideas are of particular interest to each of us since Ferrovial have all worked with him closely on renowned projects including Terminal 4, Barajas Airport and Terminal 5, Heathrow. My practice, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, designed Terminal 5 at Heathrow and Terminal 4 at Barajas in Madrid and we learnt a significant amount from both builds, argued Rogers.
Exhibition Richard Rogers: Inside Out
The exhibition will run from 18th July until 13th October 2013 and explores the ideas and ethos of the internationally renowned architect and urbanist Lord Rogers of Riverside. Timed to coincide with Rogers 80th birthday, the exhibition examines his social, political and cultural influences and their connection to his architecture. Previously unseen original material, drawings and personal items, present a unique insight into the thinking behind one of the worlds most celebrated architects.
Richard Rogers RA: Inside Out is held in Burlington Gardens, the Royal Academys new venue for contemporary art and architecture.
A series of debates, discussions and an innovative events and educational programme will support Richard Rogers RA: Inside Out. Focusing on urban design issues, contributors include leading architects, politicians and artists.