Mistakenly described by some as a Minimalist architect, in the nineties David Chipperfield consolidated his reputation as one of the most conceptually complex architects, judging by the diversity and depth of his recent proposals as exemplified in the magnificent River & Rowing Museum, the Knight House and the works-in-progress for Ansaldo, Venice, Madrid and Berlin. This splendid book, designed by Quentin Newark (Atelier Works), brings together his entire architectural works (consisting of over 60 projects) in one volume, focusing attention on Chipperfield’s working procedure and his extensive reflection on the evolution of architecture over recent decades. In addition to this essay, the keys to his work are analysed by Jonathan Keates and Kenneth Frampton.

David Chipperfield. Architectural Works 1990-2002

Thomas Weaver
344pp./ 298il./ 29 x 23.5 cm./ Hardcover

9788434309449  Castellano
9788434309456  English