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David Chipperfield receives 2010 Wolf Foundation Prize in the Arts and BDA 'Grosse Nike' overall award

The Wolf Foundation, Israel, has awarded the 2010 Wolf Foundation Prize in the Arts (Architecture) to David Chipperfield, praising his work on the Neues Museum in Berlin; the project has also received the BDA (Association of German Architects) ‘Grosse Nike’ overall award for ‘remarkable achievement in terms of architecture and use of urban space’.

The Wolf Foundation lauded David Chipperfield as an ‘extraordinary architect, who has brought great refinement and quality to a contemporary interpretation of classical architecture, as a profound principle, rather than simply as an image.’ The President of the State of Israel presented the prize jointly to David Chipperfield and Peter Eisenman in a ceremony at the Knesset, Jerusalem, on 13 May 2010.

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