Richard Rogers is head of an internationally respected architectural practice responsible for many landmark buildings around the world and well-known for the quality of its work and its expertise in urban planning. This third volume of the Complete Works looks at the most recent projects by the Richard Rogers Partnership - the period from 1994 to 2004 - and discusses in detail many of the innovative and often hi-tech schemes for which the practice has become renowned. Including over 48 projects, this book features the realized and unrealized projects of the last ten years, such as Greenwich Peninsula and the Millennium Dome, London, a school near Kyoto, the transformation of a Barcelona bullring into a major entertainment complex, masterplans for Wembley, London, and Lisbon, Madrid Airport and London Heathrow's Terminal 5, as well as a new library for Birmingham and London's first Maggie's Centre. The book is prefaced with a general introduction to the office, which brings the story of the practice up to date. The second key essay examines the impact of Richard Rogers in the political arena, particularly his chairmanship of the Urban Task Force and his work as adviser on architecture and urbanism to the mayors of London and Barcelona. The final essay discusses the continuing growth of the practice both at home and abroad and the impact of a new generation of talent rising to the fore.