Sir Norman Foster
British architect Norman Foster (b. 1935) has a knack for dreaming (and doing things) big. He founded a firm in 1967 that now boasts offices in more than 20 countries; has designed one of the largest buildings on Earth, the international terminal of Beijing’s airport; was awarded architecture’s highest honor, the Pritzker Prize; and was even knighted and then named a lord by the queen of England. With one of the new World Trade Center towers in the works, the sky is truly Foster’s limit.