The Hepworth is a solid and serious work, and a fine gallery of a type rare to find in Britain,’ writes Edwin Heathcote
Bookmaker William Hill is continuing to back David Chipperfield to win his second Stirling Prize with his Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield
AJ Exclusive: David Chipperfield Architects’ Oliver Ulmer on creating a building of international significance in Yorkshire, the Hepworth Wakefield.
David Chipperfield has said his Stirling Prize-nominated Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield shows Modern architecture can be accepted in the UK
David Chipperfield’s bold, striking and singular Hepworth Wakefield gallery will win the favour of the public, predicts Joseph Rykwert. Photography by Iwan Baan
[Working detail 02.06.11] Windows designed flush with the in-situ concrete facade to emphasise the abstract forms of the gallery volumes
David Chipperfield Architects’ much-anticipated Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield is to open to the public on Saturday (21 May)
Former AJ editor Isabel Allen asks why it has taken so long for the RIBA to give David Chipperfield its prestigious Gold Medal
David Chipperfield Architect‘s much-anticipated Hepworth Gallery will not open until Spring 2011 at the earliest - three years after first scheduled
David Chipperfield’s Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield is now midway through its construction programme.
David Chipperfield Architects
What is it that David Chipperfield uniquely does? … He does architecture better than any of his contemporaries, says Rory Olcayto
With Margate’s Turner Contemporary, David Chipperfield proves he is as much a master of light as the gallery’s namesake, says Christine Murray
[STIRLING SHORTLIST 2010 in detail]: David Chipperfield restores form and figure to this 19th-century museum bombed in World War II
David Chipperfield and b720’s City of Justice in Barcelona is legible at every scale, from site plan to detail design, says Rory Olcayto. Photography by Christian Richters
Chipperfield’s 21-storey tower alters Hamburg’s skyline while staying sympathetic to its surroundings, says Daniel Rosbottom. Photography by Christian Richters