Person    | Male  Born 1/6/1935 

Lord Norman Foster

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born Stockport. London works include: Great Court at the British Museum, London City Hall on the river, the Millennium Bridge, Sainsbury building at Holborn Circus, 8 Canada Square in Docklands, 30 Mary Axe (the gherkin), the Willis building in Lime Street, Wembley Stadium, Stansted airport terminal.

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Lord Norman Foster

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National Police Memorial

Unveiled by the Queen.

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