Date: Monday 3 March 1997
David Chipperfield Architects was established in 1984 and has since carried out work in Europe, USA and Japan, establishing a reputation through a series of high-profile commissions, especially interiors and small-scale projects. The studio has designed shops for several fashion designers and worked on a number of commissions for cultural institutions, including the Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol and the Natural History Museum in London. Other projects include the restoration of the Grassi Museum in Leipzig, a studio building in Dsseldorf and a private villa in Berlin. David Chipperfield studied at the AA.
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