Marco Goldschmied joined Richard + Su Rogers in 1969 and in 1977 became co-founder of the Richard Rogers Partnership, (RRP), along with Richard Rogers, Mike Davies, and John Young. In 1984 he became managing director of RRP and was instrumental in growing the practice from a staff of 5 to 120.
He was influential in many of the major projects undertaken by the practice, including the Pompidou Centre, Lloyd’s of London, Patscenter, Thames Wharf Studios, The Millennium Dome (now the O2), Channel 4 and Montevetro.
Marco played a key role in driving RRP masterplanning schemes in London, Shanghai, Berlin and Singapore, championing the creation of dynamic public spaces - vibrant city hubs that act as catalysts for urban regeneration.
From 1999 – 2001, Marco was President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, (RIBA), where he promoted the urgent need for sustainable design.
Marco passed away in 2022.