David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Benito BlancoDirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Alasdair GrahamDirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Harriet MillerDirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Billy PrendergastDirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Matt BallAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Jochen GlemserAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Peter JurschitzkaAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Mattias KunzAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Graeme LaughlanAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Julia LoughnaneAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Alasdair MacdonaldAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Richard MarksAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Oliver UlmerAssociate DirectorLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Ricardo AlvarezAssociateLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Olivia Lawrence BrightAssociateLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Ryan ButterfieldAssociateLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Florian DirschedlAssociateLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Ines GavelliAssociateLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Andrew HapgoodAssociateLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Kelvin JonesAssociateLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.

Sandra HardingLegal counselLondon

Julia Loughnane studied architecture at University College Dublin, graduating in 2001. With 11 years’ experience working on cultural projects, she joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2012, becoming an Associate in 2018 and an Associate Director in 2020. Julia has worked on residential and hotel projects both in London and internationally. Most recently, Julia has acted as project architect leading the design and delivery of a number of prominent museums in the US and Europe as well as the Dunard Centre music venue in Edinburgh. She has been a visiting critic at architecture schools in the UK and Ireland.