Stockholm begins search for new Chipperfield site

Nobel Chipperfield Stockholm crop

Architect remains convinced original Nobel location is right

Supporters of David Chipperfield’s trouble-hit Nobel Centre have begun hunting for a new site, insisting it will be built in Stockholm.

But Chipperfield told a Swedish architecture magazine he was convinced the original site was right.

There has been a long-running row in the capital about the £100m proposals which opponents – who include the king – say are too big for a sensitive harbourside site near the royal palace.

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