The Wall Street Journal published today "Learning from the World Trade Center Wrangles" an article by Daniel Libeskind. To visit the Wall Street Journal web site, please click here.
BBC Northern Ireland Interview with Daniel Libeskind by Mark Carruthers will be broadcasted on Sunday at 1:30pm (GMT)
While in Denver for the 2013 AIA Convention, ARCHITECT Magazine stopped in at the Denver Art Museum to take a behind-the-scenes tour with Brit Probst, AIA, of Davis Partnership Architects, which collaborated with Studio Daniel Libeskind on the Frederic C. Hamilton Building, the 2006 extension to the original 1971 Gio Ponti-designed museum.
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The architect Daniel Libeskind has made a name for himself with major urban projects like the master plan for the World Trade Center site and the Jewish Museum in Berlin. But a growing part of his work involves design on a much smaller scale: furniture, building products, household accessories. He sees it as a natural extension of the architecture...
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Daniel Libeskind’s first building was the Jewish Museum in Berlin. Shortly after it was opened he won a fierce competition to rebuild the most valuable and most politically charged piece of real estate in the world: Ground Zero in New York. It propelled him into the architectural stratosphere and was an experience that changed him utterly. He tells Razia Iqbal and an audience at the Royal Institute of British Architects of the twists and turns in an extraordinary tale.