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1 Jun 2019
, Karlstraße, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Design: David Chipperfield Architects Berlin (DCA) / Enzo Enea
KARL Building Munich by David Chipperfield & Enzo Enea
24 Apr 2019
Approval for Dunard Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland
image © David Chipperfield Architects/Hayes Davidson
Dunard Centre, New Edinburgh Concert Hall Building design by David Chipperfield Architects: the Scottish capital’s first purpose-built music and performance venue for over 100 years, supported by Royal Bank of Scotland.
Read the article in full on one of e-architect’s sister site, established in 2000: Dunard Centre Edinburgh Building by David Chipperfield Architects
4 Apr 2019
Richard-Strauss-Strasse Office Building, Munich, Germany
Design: David Chipperfield Architects
visualisation © David Chipperfield Architects
Richard-Strauss-Strasse Office Building
David Chipperfield Architects Berlin, in collaboration with the landscape architects Atelier Loidl, has won the competition for a new headquarters for the Bayerische Versorgungskammer in Munich’s Bogenhausen district.
17 Dec 2018
James Simon Galerie, Museum Island, Berlin, Germany
photo © Ute Zscharnt for DCA
James Simon Galerie
As a continuation of Friedrich August Stüler’s forum architecture, the James Simon Galerie serves as the new entrance building for Museum Island, completing the ensemble between the Kupfergraben canal and the south-west façade of the Neues Museum.
29 Aug 2018
New Building for Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Edinburgh, Scotland
New images have been released of £45m building for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in Edinburgh by David Chipperfield Architects. The scheme has been submitted for planning.
Accoridng to DCA, “Edinburgh is a city with a rich cultural heritage that plays host to the world’s largest performing arts festival every August. The proposed IMPACT (International Music and Performing Arts Charitable Trust) Centre will be Edinburgh’s first new dedicated space for music and the performing arts in 100 years, addressing a long-identified need.”
Located within the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site at the eastern end of its Georgian New Town, the public building is shaped internally by the acoustic requirements of the 1,000-seat concert hall, and externally by its celebrated urban environment.
17 Jun 2018
Amorepacific Headquarters, Seoul, Korea
photograph © Noshe
Amorepacific Head Office Seoul
The new building is situated in the district of Yongsan-gu, between the site of a spacious public park currently under development, and a business district of high-rise towers.
31 Jul 2017
Carmen Würth Forum, Künzelsau, Germany
photo © Simon Menges
Carmen Würth Forum
Surrounded by open fields and at a little distance from the main office complex, David Chipperfield Architects Berlin is building the Carmen Würth Forum, the first stage of which – comprising a large events hall and a smaller hall for chamber music recitals – was completed in July 2017.
5 May 2017
David Chipperfield Architects selected for Edinburgh Concert Hall Building
The project to create Edinburgh’s first new performance building in 100 years is gathering pace following the appointment of an architect-led design team.
The task of designing the 1,000-seat auditorium, which will rival the best in Europe for acoustics and audience experience, has been given to DCA. This award-winning international team, responsible for the acclaimed Neues Museum restoration in Berlin and currently transforming the Royal Academy in London, was selected following a comprehensive competition conducted under European procurement rules. Past design commissions include the BBC Scotland HQ at Pacific Quay, Glasgow, and the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield.
The new auditorium, to be built to the highest standards in the heart of the city, will be a thrilling home for all kinds of musical performance – from orchestral to jazz and folk – welcoming chamber groups, soloists, choirs and dance ensembles. The design will reflect this versatility and provide an exciting new hub for Edinburgh in a world-class hall situated immediately behind the historic Dundas House at 36 St Andrew Square.
Read the article in full on one of e-architect’s sister sites, established in 2000: Edinburgh Concert Hall Building by David Chipperfield Architects
23 May 2016
Sir David Chipperfield has chosen Swiss architect Simon Kretz as his protégé in the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative
David Chipperfield – Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative 2016
16 Mar 2016
Stockholm City Planning Committee Approves Nobel Center Design
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Nobelhuset Building in Stockholm
The City Planning Committee approved the detailed local plan for the Nobel Center and the building that Sir David Chipperfield designed. A concept for the future exhibitions in the building, which is being put together by the Nobel Museum in Stockholm and the German-based exhibition design firm Atelier Brückner.
6 Feb 2016
DCA wins Boulevard Morland Development, Paris, France
image © Imaging Atelier
03.02.2016 – DCA with Paris-based developer Emerige, has won the Call for Projects to redevelop the Boulevard Morland site in the 4th arrondissement of Paris.
10 Apr 2014
Nobel Center Winner – David Chipperfield Architects Berlin
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Under the direction of David Chipperfield and Christoph Felger, David Chipperfield Architects Berlin has won the competition for the design of the Nobel Center – ‘Nobelhuset’ in Stockholm. David Chipperfield: “We are extremely excited and honoured to have been selected to be the architects for the Nobel Center. We look forward to working together to develop a building that reflects both the values of the Nobel Prize and the high expectations of the citizens of Stockholm.”
David Chipperfield Architects’ Museo Jumex Opens, Mexico City
13 November 2013 – Museo Jumex, a new contemporary art space in Mexico City, will be opening to the public on 17 November following a weekend of celebratory events.
Designed by David Chipperfield Architects, this building has been created to showcase part of ‘Colección Jumex’ – the largest private art collection in Latin America founded by Mexico City-born Eugenio López in 2001, containing over 2000 pieces by notable international, Mexican and Latin American artists. The museum will also provide a public platform for discourse and educational activities, and a lively programme of world-class temporary exhibitions; including the first ever show of Cy Twombly’s work in Latin America.
The museum appears as a freestanding pavilion that corresponds to the eclectic nature of the neighbouring buildings, among them the Museo Soumaya and the underground Teatro Cervantes. Made of exposed white concrete and locally sourced travertine, it features a distinctive saw-tooth roof and rests on fourteen columns, allowing the surrounding public plaza to merge with the ground floor.
David Chipperfield Architects worked in collaboration with local architects TAAU/Oscar Rodríguez.
Canada Water project receives planning permission, London, UK
photograph : Richard Davies
7 Nov 2013 – Southwark Council has granted planning permission for a landmark tower and two additional buildings designed by David Chipperfield Architects as part of the redevelopment of sites C & E at Canada Water. Sellar Developments, a leading property company currently working extensively in Southwark, acquired the Decathlon site in 2011 and has been working with David Chipperfield Architects, Maccreanor Lavington Architects, landscape architects VOGT, and local community groups to develop proposals which make the most of existing waterside features and bring significant benefits to the local community.
The introduction of a high-quality mixed use development is part of Southwark Council’s plan to regenerate the wider area which will form a new town centre for Canada Water. The three buildings comprise a long narrow block on pilotis, a medium-rise building and a slender landmark tower of 150m. They will be grouped around a soft landscape feature in a square bounded by perimeter blocks of the wider masterplan by Maccreanor Lavington Architects. This open public space will serve as a new town square and a central pedestrian route, improving access to Canada Water.
21 Feb 2013
Saint Louis Art Museum Building, USA
image from BQ
Saint Louis Art Museum Expansion news update
Greatly expanding the exhibition space for the Museum’s outstanding collection and providing major new amenities for the public, the more than 200,000-square-foot East Building matches the iconic Cass Gilbert-designed 1904 building in scale and dignity but offers a contemporary sense of simplicity and transparency.
30 May 2012
Musée des Beaux-arts Rheims, northeast France
image © David Chipperfield Architects
Musée des Beaux-arts Rheims
The new Musée des Beaux-arts is situated on the periphery of a long green space, arising from the town fortifications, between the old and new town. The Gallo- Roman gate and the modernist market hall, located in its vicinity, are evidence of Reim’s architectural history from antiquity to modern times. An excavation site with mediaeval findings is situated at the site of the new museum.
29 Nov 2011
David Chipperfield will build the share N°5 (60,000sqm office building) of the du Trapèze in Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris, France.
added 3 Jun 2011
Novartis HQ, Basel, Switzerland
photo : building owner
Novartis HQ Basel
18 May 2011
The Hepworth, Wakefield, UK
photograph © Iwan Baan
The Hepworth wins RIBA Award 2012
opened 16 Apr 2011
Turner Contemporary Gallery, Margate, UK
picture : Richard Bryant/Arcaidimages.com
Turner Contemporary Gallery
David Chipperfield Buildings
Buildings / Designs by David Chipperfield Architects in 2010, chronological:
Anchorage Museum, Alaska, USA
photo © Christian Richters
Anchorage Museum final spaces open
Neues Museum Rebuilding, Berlin
photograph © Joerg Von Bruchhausen
Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
photo : Christian Richters
Key Buildings by David Chipperfield Architects in 2009
Buildings / Designs listed chronologically:
City of Justice, Barcelona, Spain
photograph : Christian Richters
City of Justice Barcelona Buildings
Ninetree Village, southeast China
photo © Shu He
Ninetree Village Buildings, Hangzhou
Key Buildings by David Chipperfield Architects in 2008
Liangzhu Culture Museum, China
photo © Christian Richters
Liangzhu Culture Museum
Empire Riverside Hotel, Germany
photo © Ralf Buscher
Empire Riverside Hotel Hamburg
America’s Cup Building, Spain
photograph © Richard Walch
America’s Cup Building
Marbach Museum Building, Germany
photo © Christian Richters
Marbach Museum of Modern Literature
Key David Chipperfield Building
Hotel Puerta America, Madrid, Spain
various interiors, various architects / designers
image from Hotel Puerta America website
Spanish designer hotel interior
David Chipperfield Buildings : projects up to 2010
Location: Cobham Mews, Agar Grove, London NW1 9SB, England, UK
David Chipperfield Architects Practice Information
David Chipperfield : Practice Information
Edificio Veles e Vents, Valencia, Spain
photograph © Christian Richters
Des Moines Public Library, Des Moines, Iowa, USA
photo © Farshid Assassi
Des Moines Public Library – RIBA International Award 2007
RIBA European Award 2007 : Museum of Modern Literature Marbech + America’s Cup Building Valencia both by DCA
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