After the mass murder in October 2018, the inimitable architect spent months speaking with survivors and victims’ families before drafting his design.More about this article
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.More about this article
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.More about this article
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.More about this article
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.More about this article
An interview with Daniel Libeskind who is designing a Chilean museum that will evoke the nearby Atacama Desert.
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.More about this article
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.More about this article
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.
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.More about this article
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.More about this article
The new design for a museum in Vilnius by Daniel Libeskind.More about this article
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.More about this article
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.More about this article
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.More about this article
Le Moniteur visits the Mons International Congress Xperience in Belgium on its press opening.More about this article
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.More about this article
The Wall Street Journal features the design for the Zhang Zhidong Museum and Modern Industrial Museum located in Wuhan, China
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