On Tuesday, October 18, world-renowned architect Richard Rogers will deliver the 2016 CGBC Annual Lecture at the Graduate School of Design. Situated within the Harvard GSD Lecture Series, the lecture intends to expose a large audience of students, faculty and members of the public to the importance of green design and planning by highlighting the work of key leaders within this movement. Richard Rogers is a founding partner of Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners and a Pritzker Prize Laureate. Over a career spanning more than fifty years, he and his partners have advised national & city leaders and designed many buildings including Centre Pompidou, Lloyd’s of London, the Bordeaux Law Courts, the Welsh Assembly, the Millennium Dome, the Leadenhall Building, and new terminals at Madrid Barajas and London Heathrow airports. The CGBC Annual Lecture was inaugurated last fall by Norman Foster.