• The Joachimstraße palette is developed by David Chipperfield for Scandinavian colour and design house, Blēo.
    Joachimstraße by David Chipperfield

    A tribute to the legacy of David Chipperfield Architects’ Berlin office on Joachimstraße 11, Joachimstraße centres on various grey tones, dark greens, and distinctive contrasts, symbolising an architectural heritage cultivated since 1998. The compact palette of 12 hues mirrors the power and subtlety of their designs and schemes, a testament to the enduring dedication of David Chipperfield Architects to excellence in German architecture.

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    Portrait of designer David Chipperfield for Scandinavian colour and design house, Blēo.

    David Chipperfield Architects Berlin was established in 1998, and over the past 26 years, the Berlin office has continuously grown. Since 2004, David Chipperfield Architects Berlin has had their own office building, a former piano factory in Joachimstraße 11 in Mitte in Berlin. To form an office campus, the historic brick building from 1895 was expanded by four new buildings in 2013, establishing a creative work environment that encourages innovative ideas and engagement in the practice’s discourse on building culture. The Joachimstraße Collection is a tribute to the German part of David Chipperfield Architects.