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Over the past two decades David Chipperfield’s reputation has grown steadily, corroborated by numerous international awards and the formidable spread of his professional practice in Europe, America, China, Japan and beyond. In 2010 his rebuilding of the Neues Museum in Berlin marked the culmination of a critical consensus that recognises his approach to historical remains as much more than just a skilful response to a challenging professional theme, giving it the status of a manifesto of the new tasks architecture has to address.