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Item Number: 113291
Author: Irace, Fulvio
Price: Not Available
ISBN: 9788837078805
Description: Milano: Electa, 2011. 24cm., pbk., 77pp., 71 b&w illus. Italian text. Summary: After a fine training at the Architectural Association School and then work experience in the practices of Rogers and Foster, English architect David Chipperfield (1953) came to the attention of international critics in the early 1990s with works in Japan and England. His career took off and Chipperfield's professional virtues earned him numerous appointments in Europe and the United States. The critic Fulvio Irace retraces the story of this London architect and shows that Chipperfield's success, also in Italy, is justified by the pragmatic discernment of his professional practice. (Architetti e architetture, monografie)

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