Chipperfield moves across the Thames

Elizabeth House

Architect leaves office it had hoped to rebuild

David Chipperfield Architects has left the Waterloo office it moved into seven years ago when it won the job of replacing the 1960s building.

The practice was shunted off the project last year when Elizabeth House was acquired by a new owner who expressed doubts at some elements of DCA’s design and promptly launched a new competition.

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