The architect of "Apple Park" is ready to participate in the restoration of Kharkiv
British architect and designer, winner of the Imperial and Pritzker Prizes Norman Robert Foster agreed to participate in the reconstruction of Kharkiv after the war. The Kharkiv City Council reports it.
Photo: Foster at Yale’s Edward P Evans Hall © Weston Wells
Norman Foster's Foster+Partners Architectural Bureau was founded in 1967. Norman Foster is closely associated with the development of high-tech architecture and the early adoption of energy-efficient building technologies. Recognized as a key figure in modern British architecture. His works are characterized by large-scale open spaces, an abundance of glass and metal, and versatility.
Among other things, in the 1980s he designed the HSBC bank building in Hong Kong, at that time the most expensive building ever built, in 2004 the highest bridge in the world, the Millau Viaduct in southern France. From 2009 until the death of Steve Jobs, he worked on the design of the Apple headquarters - Apple Park in California.