David ChipperfieldPrincipalLondon, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai, Design

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Benito BlancoPartnerLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Alasdair GrahamPartnerLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Harriet MillerPartnerLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Billy PrendergastPartnerLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Matt BallDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Alex GilbertDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Sandra HardingDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Mattias KunzDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Graeme LaughlanDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Julia LoughnaneDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Richard MarksDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Amy SteinDirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Jochen GlemserAssociate DirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Peter JurschitzkaAssociate DirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Oliver UlmerAssociate DirectorLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Sebastian DrewesAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Ricardo AlvarezAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Olivia Lawrence BrightAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Ryan ButterfieldAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Isabel de AzevedoAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Florian DirschedlAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Ines GavelliAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Luke GleesonAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Andrew HapgoodAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Craig JohnstonAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Kelvin JonesAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.

Lex SchaulAssociateLondon

Following completion of his studies in Edinburgh, Matt Ball worked in Barcelona and Manchester before joining David Chipperfield Architects in 2010. He became an associate director in 2016 and a director in 2021. His role focuses on design and concept development across a broad range of projects and competitions in the London office. Matt's projects include Fayland House, a private residence in Buckinghamshire, UK, and Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre in Hyogo, Japan. He has led several competition teams, including the new Southwest Wing for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the new headquarters building for Rolex, both in New York.