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David Chipperfield house Berlin Mitte architecture

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courtesy of
Davide Pizzigoni
Originally appeared in 8 Modern Architects at Home
on February 21, 2014
David Chipperfield house Berlin Mitte architecture
DAVID CHIPPERFIELD "First his studio, then his home. David Chipperfield chose Berlin, after the city commissioned him to rebuild the Neues Museum in 1997. It is in the same neighborhood, Mitte. In the courtyard that contains both his house and his studio, Chipperfield also designed a canteen, a place where locals meet. The house is built of concrete, with large windows overlooking the street and the courtyard. It contains a few ‘50s and ‘60s Italian furnishings, and two colours. The green of a velvet sofa and the orange of a bookcase that divides the space between the kitchen and the sitting room." Photo by Davide Pizzigoni.

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