David Chipperfield, the renowned british architect, visited IE University in Segovia and shared his views on modern architecture with Martha Thorne, Associate Dean for External Relations of IE School of Architecture and Executive Director of the Pritzker Prize.
David Chipperfield Architects won an international design competition for the masterplan of a new art and technology quarter in Segovia, Spain. The quarter comprises a new congress centre, an art museum, a technology centre, a hotel, and business incubator office buildings. The masterplan totals over 120,000 square metres. The old city of Segovia, surrounded by 8th century walls, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, spectacularly situated north of Madrid and containing a wealth of monuments. David Chipperfield presented this masterplan for the new Segovia’s Art and Technology Quarter at the IE University in the same city. The presentation you can see in the IE Mediacampus.