Lord Norman Foster is recognized as one of the most innovative architects of our time. He has received the Pritzker Prize, the RIBA Gold Medal, the Stirling Prize, and the Gold Medal from the AIA along with numerous other awards. He teaches and lectures widely. Some of his best known projects are the Hearst Tower in New York, the Great Court in the British Museum, the Hong Kong and Beijing Airports. Soon to be constructed is the Apple Headquarters in California designed by Foster.
Lord Richard Rogers has made a major impact on contemporary architecture and urbanism. He has received the Pritzker Prize, the RIBA Gold Medal, and the Stirling Prize along with numerous other awards. He teaches and lectures widely, and has written numerous books on architecture and urbanism. Rogers is best known for his work on the Pompidou Center in Paris, Lloyds of London, the Millennium Dome in England, Court of Human Rights Strasbourg and the Madrid-Barajars Airport.
Michael Sorkin is a widely recognized architectural critic and award winning architect. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He teaches and lectures internationally and is Director of the Graduate Urban Design Program at City College of New York. Sorkin has acted as contributing editor to Architectural Record, the Village Voice, I.D. and Metropolis among others. He has written many seminal books on architecture and urbanism.
Peter Bohlin FAIA received the Gold Medal from the AIA. His architecture has received numerous national and international awards and recognitions. He is a founding principal of the Bohlin Cywinski Jackson firm which received the Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects. Bohlin has taught and lectured widely. Some of his best known projects are the Grand Teton National Park Center, Seattle City Hall, Pixar Headquarters California and Apple's iconic glass cube in NYC.