Fishing from the Pavement


Architect Daniel Libeskind is a man of wide interests. He studied music in Israel and New York and history and philosophy in Essex, England. He paints, draws and designs stage sets and costumes. It follows that he would produce a book as unusual, erudite as this one. Fishing from the Pavement is not an architecture book in any sense, but a surreal prose poem — a literary indulgence by a genuine polymath. It incorporates Libeskind’s wide range of interests, and traces the architect’s experimental, non-linear creative process. (Google Books)

Daniel Libeskind

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