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Introduction
Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank, (born 1 June 1935) is a British architect and designer. Closely associated with the development of High-tech architecture and the early adoption of energy-efficient construction techniques, Foster is recognised as a key figure in British modernist architecture. His architectural practice Foster + Partners, first founded in 1967 as Foster Associates, is the largest in the United Kingdom, and maintains offices internationally. He is the President of the Norman Foster Foundation, created to 'promote interdisciplinary thinking and research to help new generations of architects, designers and urbanists to anticipate the future'. The foundation, which opened in June 2017, is based in Madrid and operates globally.
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Introduction
British architect and author. In practice with Richard Rogers as Team 4, London, 1963-67 and then with his wife Wendy as Foster Associates, London, 1967-.
Nationalities
British, English
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Designer
Names
Norman Robert Foster, Nōman Fosutā, Sir Norman Foster
Ulan
500022198
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