|Nothing signals the start of the holiday season like the unveiling of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, and this year, there is one more reason to celebrate; renowned New York architect Daniel Libeskind has joined forces with crystal experts Swarovski to create the tree’s Star, the Big Apple’s highest symbol of Chirstmas cheer.
|On October 17, in Berlin, the architectural firm Studio Libeskind announced plans to design and begin installing next year a system of wayfinding trail markers for Liberation Route Europe.
|The Polish architect, a naturalized American citizen, has exclusively designed for the London gallerist sculptural furnishing pieces each in a specific material – ranging from bronze with marble, stainless steel to carbon fiber and glass.
|Each year, Blueprint magazine speaks to two leading architects on the theme of collaboration: what does it mean to them? What role does – or should – collaboration play in the current landscape of architecture and design?
|Daniel Libeskind’s architectural feat – all 900 pounds, 70 spikes, and three million Swarovski crystals of it – will light up the night at Rockefeller Center.
|This weekend saw the four-day celebration of the opening of the brand new Modern Art Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania.
|The Times took the opportunity to ask eight artists to do a little dreaming of their own, and to put in pitches for the project. In our version, the budget is unlimited, and (unlike the real mission) a lunar landing is allowed.
|The new building, located in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn, will create 197 affordable residences for the New York City Housing Authority.
|Vertical forests are taking root in cities including Studio Libeskind’s Occitanie Tower in Toulouse, France
|How do you speak of the unspeakable? That is the asethetic conundrum posed by every memorial to the holocaust. Daniel Libeskind, principal of Studio Libeskind, took on this challenge for Canada’s National Holocaust Monument, which opened in October 2017 in the capital city of Ottawa.