DAVID CHIPPERFIELD ARCHITECTS (Revised Edition)

Thames & Hudson

DAVID CHIPPERFIELD ARCHITECTS (Revised Edition)

€85.00

a cura di Rik Nys

A Monograph on one of Britain's most esteemed Architects, expanded to include thirty-four new Projects

David Chipperfield is of one of Britain’s leading architects. Renowned for his quiet and thoughtful style, he has a huge international reputation and has created works in China, Japan, Italy, USA, Spain and Germany.

Chipperfield produces sophisticated buildings, from museums to homes, with an acute sensitivity for materials and a powerful awareness of their environment. This revised and expanded book presents projects spanning Chipperfield’s entire career. Each has a project profile, many accompanied by specially commissioned photographs, along with a complete project chronology. Among the featured works are the River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames, the Neues Museum Berlin, BBC Scotland at Pacific Quay, The Hepworth Wakefield, Turner Contemporary Margate, Naga Museum Sudan and Fayland House. This new edition includes thirty-four new projects, including One Pancras Square and the Royal Academy extension.

Veste editoriale: Cartonato con Sovraccoperta
Formato: 25x32
Pagine: 392
Immagini a colori: 431
Immagini b/n: 100
Lingua: GB
Anno: 2018

ISBN: 9780500294543

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CONTENTS

Sixty projects, 34 new to this edition: Villa Eden; private studio in Berlin; private house in Zurich; private house in Seoul; One Kensington Gardens; Hoxton Press; Morland Mixité Capitale; Office building Moganshan Road; Company headquarters in Paderborn; 30 Grosvenor Square; The Bryant; Valentino flagship store Fifth Avenue; Valentino flagship store Old Bond Street; SSENSE; Brioni boutique Madison Avenue; Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre; Procuratie Vecchie; Opera and ballet theatre in Perm; West Bund Art Museum; Zhejiang Museum of Natural History; Royal Academy of Arts; Neue Nationalgalerie; Mughal Museum; MUDEC ‘Museo delle Culture’; Carmen Würth Forum; San Michele Cemetery; Café Royal; One Pancras Square; and Westkaai towers.