Architectural Digest: Is Daniel Libeskind’s Latest Residential Building a Blueprint for Affordable Housing?

A twisting façade of geometric windows and sharp angles emerges like a beacon in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Located on the campus of New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Sumner Houses, a 1958 affordable residential development, the building is a bright spot among the unadorned redbrick towers surrounding it. Sumner House Atrium, as it’s called, was designed by Daniel Libeskind and is the new blueprint for affordable housing in New York City.

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Exclusive Look at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Building Redesign

After the mass murder in October 2018, the inimitable architect spent months speaking with survivors and victims’ families before drafting his design.

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Daniel Libeskind’s Design in Finland Is the World’s Most Exciting New Stadium

The mixed-use LEED Gold project is reviving the heart of a Finnish city that the architect says is one of the nation’s best.

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Daniel Libeskind designs a new mixed-use complex at the heart of Germany’s film industry

Developer Jan Kretzschmar tapped the firm to create a filmmaking-inspired five-building program in what has been considered the epicenter of the German entertainment industry.

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At Home with the Libeskinds

An Interview with Nina and Daniel Libeskind at their residence in Berlin. To concur: they are enviably harmonious, full of fun and enthusiasm – a gorgeous couple. They say it themselves: it never gets boring with them!

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Studio Libeskind’s reflective geometries shape Holocaust memorial in Amsterdam

Studio Libeskind has unveiled the National Holocaust Memorial of Names in Amsterdam, a powerful design shaped by reflective volumes and dramatic geometries. The names of more than 102,000 victims are engraved on the brick plinths’ walls.

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Arts.21 – Daniel Libeskind: Between Memory and Optimism

Daniel Libeskind’s first design, the Jewish Museum Berlin, made him famous. His architecture is about remembrance, but it also looks to the future.  Here is a conversation with a creative visionary who isn’t afraid to divide opinion.

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Studio Libeskind Unveils Jewish Museum in Lisbon

Slanting white walls intersected by blue forms mark the exterior of a 2.5-story building designed by Studio Libeskind, led by Daniel Libeksind, for Lisbon’s upcoming Jewish Museum. The project, called Tikva (Hebrew for “hope”),consists of a 41,645-square-foot structure created in collaboration with local architect Miguel Saraiva.

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Daniel Libeskind is at the ‘Edge of Order’

In an interview with KCRW’s DnA host, Frances Anderton, Daniel Libeskind discusses his book ‘Edge of Order’  before a large crowd at Modernism Week in Palm Springs.

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Twisting Steel in Wuhan

Studio Libeskind’s first project on the Chinese mainland pays tribute to Wuhan’s industrial past.

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‘Frank Lloyd Wright inspired me to go beyond the obvious’

Daniel Libeskind, the renowned architect, known for his work on the World Trade Center site and Berlin’s Jewish Museum, was inspired by an unconventional honeymoon.

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Dutch Holocaust ‘Names’ memorial finally puts emphasis on victims not victors

Realizing a concept 70 years in the making, Amsterdam structure to be one of Europe’s largest to honor Jewish victims individually, with a brick for each of the 100,000 lost.

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Dynamic Range

An interview with Daniel Libeskind who is designing a Chilean museum that will evoke the nearby Atacama Desert.

Daniel Libeskind unveils Hampstead Maggie’s Centre designs

Daniel Libeskind has unveiled designs for a ‘sculptural’ Maggie’s Centre for the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, north London.  The Maggie’s will be built in a ‘forgotten corner’ of the hospital’s car park, and will replace its existing Cancerkin centre following the merging of the two support units in 2016.

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For Artist at Auschwitz, a Challenge: Stepping Into the Past, Not on It

As the 75th anniversary of the liberation, Mr. Libeskind, the architect and artist, returned to the site, working with the photographer Caryl Englander and the curator Henri Lustiger Thaler of the Amud Aish Memorial Museum in Brooklyn, Mr. Libeskind designed and opened a new temporary exhibit — “Through the Lens of Faith” — near the entrance to the camp.

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La magia dello spazio condiviso (The magic of shared space)

Daniel Libeskind has that simple and direct approach, brilliant without ever being superficial that says a lot about his inner freedom.

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Studio Libeskind reveals Ngaren, museum of human history in Kenya

Studio Libeskind has revealed its design for a vertical monument to humanity just outside of greater Nairobi in Kenya. Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind, commissioned by paleoanthropologist Dr. Richard Leakey, will present over two million years of human history in a building inspired by the forms of ancient hand axes and other primitive tools.

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On my radar: Daniel Libeskind’s cultural highlights

The acclaimed architect on his love of Bruegel, Berlin opera and an inspirational Polish salt mine.

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Studio Libeskind’s anthropology museum evokes the stark forms of the Chilean desert

A multi-level museum showcasing 6,000 years of history is slated to break ground Iquique, Chile, and Studio Libeskind has revealed the first look at its dramatic, seemingly-fragmented building.

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INside Architecture: An Open Cultural Gateway of Vilnius

Found in the March & April 2019 edition of Interni China is a feature of the MO Museum of Art in Vilnius, Lithuania that was completed in 2018.

Daniel Libeskind im Interview

In an interview with AD Germany editor, Andreas Kühnlein, Daniel Libeskind reveals his thoughts on creativity.

 

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With MO Museum, Studio Libeskind gives setting to Lithuania’s cultural story

VILNIUS – Viktoras and Danguolė Butkus’ 5000-piece-plus collection of Lithuanian art dating from the 1950s to today was assembled in less than 10 years – today, the pieces are housed by MO Museum, a new cultural powerhouse in Vilnius designed by Studio Libeskind.

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15 Books for Architecture Buffs and Their Little Ones

In this fast-paced world, it is difficult to find time to curl up by the fireplace or in a cozy nook to read. The holiday season offers as good of a chance as you may get to catch up on your reading list and Architect Magazine offers a selection of design books that aim to inspire you and your precious little ones—and can make for great last-minute gifts for family, friends, and colleagues.

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Daniel Libeskind Doesn’t Cut Any Corners With Senior Housing Design

International architect Daniel Libeskind is expanding his portfolio with a senior affordable housing project in Brooklyn.  Studio Libeskind was selected as part of a development team to create a 197-unit affordable senior housing building at the Sumner Houses in Bed-Stuy Brooklyn.

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Beautiful Homes Pop Up in Some of the Most Unexpected Places

The famed architect believes luxury is about craftsmanship and customization, and buyers are choosier than ever

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Review for the Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics

Architecture Critic, Hugh Pearman reviews the Ogden Centre for RIBA Journal saying, “The Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics, Studio Libeskind’s contribution to Durham University’s science faculties, is dedicated to increasing our knowledge of the universe. It’s not a bad building, either.”

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Daniel Libeskind’s Skyscraper Will Be The First In This Historical French City

France’s fourth largest city is finally set to grow vertically. Toulouse, a city founded in southwest section of the country around the 2nd century B.C., will soon have its first-ever skyscraper. And it will be designed by none other than world-renowned architect, Daniel Libeskind.

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Warsaw rising: the historic city is getting a starchitect’s touch

From the 49th floor of Zlota 44, the Daniel Libeskind-designed tower, the charms of the Polish capital aren’t immediately obvious. The city of just 1.7 million people lies on the rather unremarkable delta of the River Vistula, which bisects Warsaw, dividing the historic, established “left” or western side from the edgy, traditionally working-class “right” bank.

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Episode 23 of Clever: Daniel Libeskind

World-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind inspires Jaime and Amy with his eternally optimistic world-view and powerfully uplifting story of being born into persecution, immigrating to “the promised land” of the U.S. and participating in the space race. As the architect responsible for the master plan of the World Trade Center site, he composes memory in order to heal the future. Oh and he’s got mad accordion skills.

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Warsaw Undergoes a Tech Revolution

Tech workers, like artists, can be useful for property developers to follow when they are seeking the “next big thing”. They will scrutinise, for example, the real estate investment opportunities prompted by the Cambridge to Oxford railway line and “tech corridor”, which was promised a funding boost in the autumn statement last week. They will also consider where the extra 500 workers that Facebook plans to hire for its new London headquarters in Fitzrovia, will live, as well as those commuting to the new Apple headquarters at Battersea Power Station.

Where the geeks go, the builders will often follow.

 

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Take Two: Designing a public memorial after tragedy

The city of Orlando is in the process of trying to buy the Pulse nightclub where 49 people were killed and more than 50 injured in a mass shooting that occured last June.  Officials there are still trying to determine the best way to memorialize those who lost their lives.  In California, the first anniversary of the San Bernardino shooting is approaching.

Take Two’s A. Martinez spoke with Daniel Libeskind on how to construct a public memorial in an interview for California radio, 89.3 KPCC.

 

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Daniel Libeskind warns of dead inner cities and calls for new thinking

The US architect Daniel Libeskind lived in Berlin for 14 years and is following its development with concern. The real estate boom “prices out people from the city who serve the city, but the city can no longer afford it.”

It requires a rethinking of urban planning, looking at prestigious major projects such as the reconstruction of the Berlin City Palace , and towards modern social housing. And Libeskind wants to set a good example.

 

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The Frankfurt Concerts of Daniel Libeskind

Architect Magazine looks at the “One Day In Life,” event curated by Libeskind and organized under the auspices of the Alte Oper, the musical company that occupies the renovated 19th-century opera house in the center of Frankfurt.

 

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Why Ground Zero is Daniel Libeskind’s favourite architectural project

Daniel Libeskind talks about his process and why working on the master plan for the World Trade Center site will always remain special to him.

 

 

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Daniel Libeskind Building the Unbuildable

Daniel Libeskind is one of the most celebrated architects of our time, but before he made his name with the iconic Berlin Jewish Museum, his ambitious designs were largely dismissed and considered “unbuildable.”

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Interview with Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind and architecture for the common good. Creating new living spaces that generate an environment conducive for comfort, amid the complicated construction of the Master Plan WTC New York.  The architect spoke with Codigo on his perception of discipline, convergences between architecture and music, and the ephemeral nature of buildings.

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Libeskind Tower now Under Construction after the Completion of Isozaki and Zaha Hadid’s Projects

Elle Decor speaks to Daniel Libeskind’s tower to be constructed at City Life, Milan. The final to be constructed in the business and shopping district after the completion of Allianz and Generali Towers.

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Musical Chairs: Daniel Libeskind Unveils a New Project in Frankfurt

The One Day in Life initiative commissioned by the Alte Oper in Frankfurt, a musical labyrinth comprised of individual concert events in various locations across the city.

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A Feature on Salone 2016 and One Day in Life

DECO Home speaks to Daniel Libeskind about his collaboration with the Frankfurt Opera, One Day in Life, as well as his new design projects at Salone 2016.

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Daniel Libeskind and Alessi’s Time Maze Wall Clock

The architect reflects on the esoteric concept of time.

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Libeskind Unveils Apartment Complex and Design Objects in Milan

Architectural Record takes a look inside one of the Libeskind-designed CityLife apartments, as well as at Daniel Libeskind’s collection of new products presented at the 2016 Salone del Mobile.

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Roundup of 30 Amazing Museums

Spanish Newspaper El País presents a photo gallery of 30 of the worlds most spectacular, recently opened or announced museums, including Studio Libeskind’s Zhang Zhidong and Modern Industrial Museum in Wuhan, China.

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The Art of Subtlety: Daniel Libeskind’s Vilnius Museum Is an Exhibition in Newfound Restraint

The new design for a museum in Vilnius by Daniel Libeskind.

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Zlota 44 Feature

Daniel Libeskind’s new Warsaw tower, Zlota 44, makes its mark on the Polish city’s skyline

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CNN Style reviews Memory and Design Exhibition at Roca London Gallery

Six of the world’s top architects and designers are delving into their deepest, darkest and most distant memories for a new exhibition. The exhibition hopes to shed light on the elusive role of childhood experience in shaping creativity in adulthood.

Childhood ReCollections: Memory in Design at Roca London Gallery will include six modern-day “cabinets of curiosities” created by architects Zaha Hadid, Kengo Kuma, Daniel Libeskind, and Denise Scott Brown, plus Spanish design duo Nieto Sobejano, and hat designer Philip Treacy.

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Six Leading Architects Defend the World’s Most Hated Buildings

Daniel Libeskind and five other leading architects defend the merits of some of the world’s most controversial buildings.

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The Tiles of Studio Libeskind’s Vanke Pavilion

Architect Magazine explores the iridescent, red ceramic tiles covering Studio Libeskind’s Vanke Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015.

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A Five-Mile Walk with Daniel Libeskind

Newsweek invites some of the world’s most interesting thinkers to go on a five-mile walk of their choice, starting with Daniel Libeskind in Berlin.

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Libeskind’s Expo Pavilion Shines

South China Morning Post explores China’s architectural pavilions at the 2015 Milan World Expo, including the dramatic structure and lasting impression left by Libeskind’s Vanke Pavilion.

 

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One Day in Life: Daniel Libeskind Develops a Concert Project for Frankfurt

Daniel Libeskind has accepted the invitation of Alte Oper Frankfurt to develop his very own concert project for Frankfurt. The result is an artistic concept which extends far beyond the space of Alte Oper and the usual framework of concerts. Choosing the title “One Day in Life“, Libeskind will create an entirely novel encounter between the city of Frankfurt, music, and the fundamental motifs of human existence. “One Day in Life” will take place Saturday, May 21, 2016 through Sunday, May 22, 2016.

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An interview with Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind is interviewed by German newspaper, Der Tagesspiegel

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Daniel Libeskind : l’Histoire dans le dos

Le Moniteur visits the Mons International Congress Xperience in Belgium on its press opening.

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200 Years of the Star-Spangled Banner

Smithsonian Magazine showcases a modern artists’ portfolio saluting America’s most famous flag.

To renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, a Polish immigrant, the U.S. flag means “freedom of the individual, of religion, of democracy.” Steel and aluminum convey the symbol’s indestructibility.

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Co.Design Interviews Daniel Libeskind

The renowned architect talks to Co.Design about how he works, embracing failure, and why he’d love to design an airport.

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The Vanguard of Museum Design

The Wall Street Journal features the design for the Zhang Zhidong Museum and Modern Industrial Museum located in Wuhan, China

 

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Daniel Libeskind Culture Feature “Architektur ist wie Musik”

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Military History Museum on Cover, June 2014

Daniel Libeskind’s Leonardo Sculpture, May 2014

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Learning From Milan, May 2014

A cover feature by architecture critic James Russell. He reviews Daniel Libeskind’s masterplan and residences for the CityLife in Milan.

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MIPIM Awards 2014

Kö-Bogen has been announced today Best Urban Regeneration Project at MIPIM Awards 2014.

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The House That Fell to Earth, November 2010

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