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by David Chipperfield,Álvaro Siza,Kenneth Frampton,Joseph Rykwert

Author: David Chipperfield,Álvaro Siza,Kenneth Frampton,Joseph Rykwert
Subcategory: Architecture
Language: English
Publisher: Walther König, Köln (February 28, 2010)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.4
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This book documents David Chipperfield's most important project to date: the Neues Museum, centerpiece of the Berlin Museumsinsel

This book documents David Chipperfield's most important project to date: the Neues Museum, centerpiece of the Berlin Museumsinsel. Photographs taken in natural light by Candida Höfer show the rooms after their completion and before they were furnished. Höfer's images are complemented by texts from well-known architects.

The Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island was designed by Friedrich . In 1997, David Chipperfield Architects won the international competition for the rebuilding of the Neues Museum in collaboration with Julian Harrap.

The Neues Museum on Berlin’s Museum Island was designed by Friedrich August Stüler and built between 1841 and 1859. Extensive bombing during the Second World War left the building in ruins, with entire sections missing completely and others severely damaged. Few attempts at repair were made after the war, and the structure was left exposed to nature.

David Chipperfield Architects, founded in 1984, has four offices in London . An extensive photographic essay by Candida Höfer runs throughout the book.

David Chipperfield Architects, founded in 1984, has four offices in London, Berlin, Milan and Shanghai. Prefaced by Álvaro Siza it contains a series of essays by Joseph Rykwert, Jonathan Keates, Karsten Schubert, Kenneth Frampton, Julian Harrap, Rik Nys, Peter-Klaus Schuster, Thomas Weski, concluding with a conversation between Wolfgang Wolters and David Chipperfield. Buchhandlung Walther König.

But, it is questionable whether this is a good book or documentation of the project. Drawing qualities and photographs are a bit disappointing.

by Alvaro Siza (Author), Sir David Chipperfield (Author), Candida Hofer (Author), Kenneth Frampton (Author) & 1 more. But, it is questionable whether this is a good book or documentation of the project. I don't think so. There are more critical essays than I had expected, which is great. But, the project itself should be documented better. One person found this helpful. Look for similar items by category. Books Arts & Photography Architecture Buildings.

Walther This book documents David Chipperfield s most important project to date: the Neues Museum centerpiece of the Berlin Museumsinsel. Photographs taken in. natural light by of Candida Hofer the show the rooms after their completion and before they were furnished

Walther This book documents David Chipperfield s most important project to date: the Neues Museum centerpiece of the Berlin Museumsinsel. natural light by of Candida Hofer the show the rooms after their completion and before they were furnished. Hofer s images are complemented by texts from well-known architects. architectural historians. art historians and conservation architects highlighting the fundamental principles of the project. An interview with David Chipperfield gives insight into the problems surrounding the work.

Neues Museum Berlin by Sir David Chipperfield, Alvaro Siza, Kenneth Frampton . Used books will be clean unsoiled and not stained, all pages and illustrations will be present.

Neues Museum Berlin by Sir David Chipperfield, Alvaro Siza, Kenneth Frampton,. Neues Museum Berlin - 9783865607041. Pages : 288. About HALCYON BOOKS. Condition : Very Good. See all. About this item. Postage, Returns & Payments. Best-selling in Non-Fiction. Mrs Hinch: The Activity Journal (2019, Hardback).

Neues Museum by David Chipperfield Architects. David Chipperfield Architects, Berlin in collaboration with Julian Harrap.

Neues Museum Roman Room Ceiling by David Chipperfield. Image courtesy of David Chipperfield. Neues Museum by David Chipperfield Architects. Harald Müller, Martin Reichert, Eva Schad, Alexander Schwarz.

In 1997, David Chipperfield Architects - with Julian Harrap - won the international competition for the rebuilding of the Neues Museum

In 1997, David Chipperfield Architects - with Julian Harrap - won the international competition for the rebuilding of the Neues Museum. The key aim of the project was to recomplete the original volume, and encompassed the repair and restoration of the parts that remained after the destruction of the Second World War. The original sequence of rooms was restored with new building sections that create continuity with the existing structure. The archaeological restoration followed the guidelines of the Charter of Venice, respecting the historical structure in its different states of preservation.

David Chipperfield Architects with Julian Harrap brings Berlin’s Neues Museum to life. Until the Neues Museum reopened last fall in Berlin, few visitors knew about this quietly palatial edifice built between 1843 and 1859. Located to the north of Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s magnificent Neoclassical Altes Museum (1824–30) on Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this conventionally dignified four-story museum was designed by Friedrich August Stüler, one of Schinkel’s leading pupils, to didactically display archaeological finds of the prehistoric, ancient Egyptian, and Classical eras.

Images by Ute Zscharnt for David Chipperfield Architects. Completed in 2009 in Berlin, Germany. Images by Ute Zscharnt for David Chipperfield Architects.

This book documents David Chipperfield's most important project to date: the Neues Museum, centerpiece of the Berlin Museumsinsel. Photographs taken in natural light by Candida Höfer show the rooms after their completion and before they were furnished. Höfer's images are complemented by texts from well-known architects, architectural historians, art historians and conservation architects highlighting the fundamental principles of the project. An interview with David Chipperfield gives insight into the problems surrounding the work.