David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Benito BlancoPartnerLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Alasdair GrahamPartnerLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Harriet MillerPartnerLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Billy PrendergastPartnerLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Matt BallDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Alex GilbertDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Sandra HardingDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Mattias KunzDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Graeme LaughlanDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Julia LoughnaneDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Richard MarksDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Amy SteinDirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Jochen GlemserAssociate DirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Peter JurschitzkaAssociate DirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Oliver UlmerAssociate DirectorLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Sebastian DrewesAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Ricardo AlvarezAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Olivia Lawrence BrightAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Ryan ButterfieldAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Isabel de AzevedoAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Florian DirschedlAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Ines GavelliAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Luke GleesonAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Andrew HapgoodAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Craig JohnstonAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Kelvin JonesAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.

Lex SchaulAssociateLondon

Billy Prendergast joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London office in 1998 after studying architecture at the University of Portsmouth. He was made a director since 2013 and a partner in 2021. During his time with the practice Billy has worked on a wide variety of projects and design competitions including the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center in Alaska; the Hoxton Press residential development in London; and a 32-storey mixed-use tower on Bryant Park in New York. His current projects include a new art museum in Bled, Slovenia; a concert hall in Edinburgh; and a new headquarters building for Rolex in New York.

Billy is responsible for design and concept development of projects and competitions worldwide. He assists the project architects and teams to ensure a focused and investigative approach to design that is embedded in the practice’s larger body of work.