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  1. May 28, 2022 · Norman Foster, in full Lord Norman Foster of Thames Bank, original name in full Norman Robert Foster, (born June 1, 1935, Manchester, England), British architect known for his sleek modern buildings made of steel and glass. Foster was trained at the University of Manchester (1956–61) in England and Yale University (1961–62) in New Haven, Connecticut. Beginning in 1963 he worked in ...

  2. Apr 18, 2022 · In 1999, HM Queen Elizabeth II elevated him to the peerage as Lord Foster of Thames Bank. Lord Foster is now collaborating with NASA and the European Space Agency to explore solutions for building habitable spaces on the Moon and Mars. He is president of the Madrid-based Norman Foster Foundation, supporting the young architects, designers, and ...

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  4. Norman Robert Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank, OM, Kt, RA, HonFREng (born 1 June 1935) is an English architect and designer. Closely associated with the development of high-tech architecture, Foster is recognised as a key figure in British modernist architecture. His architectural practice Foster + Partners, first founded in 1967 as Foster ...

  5. Jul 07, 2010 · Lord Foster was awarded a peerage by the Labour government in 1999. Sitting as a crossbench peer, he was one of the less active members of the House: the last time he made a speech there was more...

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  6. Jul 06, 2010 · Lord Bagri of Regent's Park has been a Tory peer since 1997. He began his career as a 15-year-old apprentice metal trader in Kolkata and went on to found Minmetco. Reports suggest that he now lives...

  7. Margaretta Amelia Foster. . . ( m. 1764; died 1824) . John Foster, 1st Baron Oriel PC (Ire) (1740 – 23 August 1828) was an Anglo-Irish peer and politician, who served as Chancellor of the Exchequer of Ireland (1784–1785, 1804–1806, 1807–1811) and as the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons (1785–1800).

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