He designed the Jewish Museum in Berlin and created the master plan for the One World Trade Center in New York. We speak to architect Daniel Libeskind about his visions for social housing and the cities of the future.
Daniel Libeskind designed Berlin’s Jewish Museum and was part of the team behind New York’s One World Trade Center. In Berlin he speaks about his visions for urban planning and social housing projects.
Famous for designing the Jewish Museum Berlin, architect Daniel Libeskind has created more than 45 buildings worldwide. As he turns 70 on May 12, he is planning still more. Here are some of his most remarkable works.
Urban experiment Berlin: Germany’s capital reinvented itself architecturally after the fall of the Wall. Architects David Chipperfield, Daniel Libeskind and curator Kristin Feireiss were salient figures in that process.
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