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    See the Thesis Projects of Liz Diller, Daniel Libeskind, and Other Cooper Union Grads at New Exhibit

    … the school had to obtain from its former students, as the archive is only photographic—there are some early works on view, such as those by architect Daniel Libeskind. His 1969-70 thesis is a series of collages accompanied by some heady ideas on materials, semantics, and the arts. While there are a few recognizable …

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    Daniel Libeskind

    Job description: Architect Current project(s): We’re working on housing in Singapore, Italy, Poland, Sacramento, Toronto, and the greater Cincinnati area; museums in Dresden, San Francisco, Denver, and Toronto; cultural and office buildings in Boston, Dublin, Hong Kong, and Milan; large commercial complexes in South Korea and Las Vegas; and competitions in Singapore, Hong …

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    Daniel Libeskind–Designed Holocaust Monument Opens in Ottawa

    Courtesy Doublespace Today, Canada inaugurated a Star of David–shaped steel-and-concrete Holocaust memorial designed by Studio Libeskind. Located in the historic LeBreton Flats area of the city, the monument's journey to realization was lengthy: in 2007, a University of Ottawa student petitioned a Member of Parliament for the Canadian government to build …

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    Q&A: Daniel Libeskind on Italy, Product Design, and Architecture Today

    … disappearing into techne, or if it is a product of the permanent expression of the human being. PC: On that note, in what ways do you see technology changing architecture? Are these positive developments? DL: When the world is becoming more and more global, the uniqueness of where you are is becoming magnified. Architecture …

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    Q&A: Daniel Libeskind on His New Sculptural Work

    … I was interested in new geometries, which really relate to contemporary ways of thinking and not the older notions of symmetries and what the spiral was. Courtesy Daniel Libeskind SS: How long did it take to design the sculpture? DL: It didn’t just leave my head in a moment. It’s been brewing for …

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    Studio Libeskind Designs a Bold Yet Contextual New Art Museum for Vilnius

    … usual hands of money and politics. Once the current scheme finally got going, locals feared that its form—on the site of an abandoned Soviet-era cinema that nonetheless elicited some nostalgia—could damage the city’s charm and scale. (“They thought we would create a spaceship,” jokes former Libeskind associate Giuseppe Blengini.) But …

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    Studio Libeskind’s First Building in China Honors the Past While Proposing a Future Vision

    … show, with exhibition design by Diameter Narrative Design, focuses on the life and legacy of the museum’s namesake, complete with work by local artists. For Libeskind, the project was about more than just about making a bold statement on an ever-changing skyline. “It's really a story of renaissance,” he says—and …

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    Studio Libeskind Tapped to Design Affordable Senior Housing in Brooklyn

    … Sumner Houses and the greater community. The project comes from a 2016 NYCHA initiative to add additional public housing to sites across the city, and also is in response to the city's Seniors First initiative. The building also is the result of a partnership between NYCHA and several other organizations including Selfhelp, a …

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    Inside the Homes and Workspaces of 8 Great Architects

    … rear of the house is a welcome respite from the heat, while the modestly decorated reading room is part library, part meditation space. Photos courtesy Francesca Molteni Daniel Libeskind Having worked all over the world, Daniel Libeskind eventually made his stay in New York. Molteni describes the Libeskind residence as a "refuge" from the hustle …

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    Roundtable: Calatrava, Childs, and Libeskind on the World Trade Center

    … contribute to the future of a great city. Andrew Caruso, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, CDT, publishes and speaks internationally on issues of talent within the creative industries. His latest column, “Inside the Design Mind,” explores the motivations of today’s design icons and influencers, surfacing key elements of their identity and examining their …