David Chipperfield Architects
David Chipperfield Architects was founded in London by David Chipperfield in 1985. The practice has since won numerous international competitions and built over 100 projects. Its diverse international body of work includes cultural, residential, commercial and educational buildings and spaces for both the private and public sectors, as well as civic projects and urban masterplans.
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News About David Chipperfield Architects
Sir David Chipperfield to Receive Royal Gold Medal for Architecture Tomorrow
The internationally-acclaimed British architect Sir David Chipperfield CBE will tomorrow (February 10, 2011) receive of one of the world's most prestigious architecture prizes, the Royal Gold Medal, at a glittering ceremony at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London.
Sir David Chipperfield CBE to Receive the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture 2011
British architect Sir David Chipperfield CBE has been named today as the recipient of one of the world's most prestigious architecture prizes, the Royal Gold Medal.
Mentions of David Chipperfield Architects
EUROPA: Connecting Ideas Across Borders
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the L.K.E Ozolins EUROPA talks series. EUROPA focuses on the relationship between the UK and other European countries.
The New Kunsthaus: Great Art and Architecture
The New Kunsthaus: Great Art and Architecture is a new exhibition revealing what will be on offer to museum's visitors from 2017 in the new extension designed by David Chipperfield Architects.
Stanton Williams' Central Saint Martin's College in King's Cross Awarded Building of the Year at AJ 100
Stanton Williams' New University of the Arts London Campus for Central Saint Martin's at King's Cross was last night awarded the "Building of the Year" prize at the annual AJ 100 Awards in London.
The 2012 Designs of the Year
The Design Museum announced the longlist for the fifth annual Designs of the Year Awards. Showcasing a year in design, the 2012 longlist is a celebration of the best in global designs.
Quentin Blake Wins Prince Philip Designers Prize 2011
Quentin Blake, one of Britain's best-loved illustrators and the man who created the world-famous images of the Big Friendly Giant and Matilda, named the winner of the 2011 Prince Philip Designers Prize by HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at a ceremony at the Design Council in London.
Seed Cathedral Wins RIBA Lubetkin Prize
The UK Pavilion at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai by Heatherwick Studio has scooped the Royal Institute of British Architects' prestigious RIBA Lubetkin Prize for the most outstanding work of international architecture by an RIBA member.