David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Benito BlancoPartnerLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Alasdair GrahamPartnerLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Harriet MillerPartnerLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Billy PrendergastPartnerLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Matt BallDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Alex GilbertDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Sandra HardingDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Mattias KunzDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Graeme LaughlanDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Julia LoughnaneDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Richard MarksDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Amy SteinDirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Jochen GlemserAssociate DirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Peter JurschitzkaAssociate DirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Oliver UlmerAssociate DirectorLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Sebastian DrewesAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Ricardo AlvarezAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Olivia Lawrence BrightAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Ryan ButterfieldAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Isabel de AzevedoAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Florian DirschedlAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Ines GavelliAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Luke GleesonAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Andrew HapgoodAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Craig JohnstonAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Kelvin JonesAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.

Lex SchaulAssociateLondon

Andrew Hapgood first joined David Chipperfield Architects for a year while training as an architect. He re-joined the practice in 2011 after working in London, New York, Istanbul, Milan and Reggio Emilia, leading several museum, commercial, educational and residential projects. While at the practice, Andrew has worked on two major residential projects in London: a private residence on Lincoln’s Inn Fields and One Kensington Gardens, both of which incorporate new architectural interventions within historic fabric and are situated in conservation areas.