Sun 3 June 2007, The Sunday Times

Rogers damns horrible houses

By Richard Brooks
LORD ROGERS, doyen of British modernism, is to use his acceptance speech for the world’s most prestigious architectural prize to attack the poor standard of homes built over the past decade. Rogers, best known for the Millennium Dome in London and the Pompidou Centre in Paris, will accuse British developers of exploiting people’s desperation to obtain a home by foisting “Mickey Mouse” properties on them.
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