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British architect brings inspiration to Beijing

By Stanley Lee (CNTV)

15:36, September 24, 2012

Renowned British architect Richard Rogers is holding an exhibition on his flagship designs at Capital Museum in Beijing. They range from completed works like the Pompidou Centre in Paris to the works under construction like the Ningbo Gateway in China. (CNTV)

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If you have an eye for elegant and futuristic structural designs, then the Capital Museum in Beijing is the place for you to go. Renowned British architect Richard Rogers is holding an exhibition on his flagship designs there. They range from completed works like the Pompidou Centre in Paris to the works under construction like the Ningbo Gateway in China.

Every sublime structure begins as a concept on the drawing board. The exhibition shows these seeds of inspiration before they sprung into reality.

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