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David Chipperfield Architects Essentials

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ISBN: 978-84-608-2169-4

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 239 pagina's
  • 30 sep. 2015

“Essentials. David Chipperfield Architects 1985-2015” is a monographic publication that accompanied the exhibition at Museo ICO in 2015. It is a retrospective that brings together for the first time over thirty years of the professional career of the renowned British architect David Chipperfield.

With a selection of thirty works and projects that go from the Toyota Auto in Kyoto (1990) to the new Valentino flagship store in New York (2014), this publication takes stock of thirty years in the career of the British architect David Chipperfield, from his beginnings in London’s alternative currents up to the situation of the studio today, which has offices in London, Berlin, Milan, and Shanghai, and has become a reference worldwide. With introductions by David Chipperfield and Luis Fernández-Galiano, the book covers the architect’s career through essays by Fulvio Irace and Rik Nys.

“Essentials. David Chipperfield Architects 1985-2015” is a monographic publication that accompanied the exhibition at Museo ICO in 2015. It is a retrospective that brings together for the first time over thirty years of the professional career of the renowned British architect David Chipperfield.

With a selection of thirty works and projects that go from the Toyota Auto in Kyoto (1990) to the new Valentino flagship store in New York (2014), this publication takes stock of thirty years in the career of the British architect David Chipperfield, from his beginnings in London’s alternative currents up to the situation of the studio today, which has offices in London, Berlin, Milan, and Shanghai, and has become a reference worldwide. With introductions by David Chipperfield and Luis Fernández-Galiano, the book covers the architect’s career through essays by Fulvio Irace and Rik Nys.

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