Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind Unveils Twisting Vanke Shitang Pavilion for 2015 Milan Expo

Daniel Libeskind Unveils Twisting Vanke Shitang Pavilion for 2015 Milan Expo

In addition to its central theme of food, the Vanke pavilion will also explore Chinese social issues caused by rapid urbanization such as the feeling of loneliness by aging empty nesters and the

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Daniel Libeskind Unveils Designs for Funky Metallic Apartments in Berlin

Daniel Libeskind Unveils Designs for Funky Metallic Apartments in Berlin

Architect Daniel Libeskind just unveiled plans for a modern, metallic apartment complex located in the heart of Berlin. Projected for competition in 2015, the eight-story tall Chausseestrasse 43 building

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Daniel Libeskind Transforms Old Flower Market into Dynamic Jewish Museum Education Center

Daniel Libeskind Transforms Old Flower Market into Dynamic Jewish Museum Education Center

Daniel Libeskind has transformed the site of a former flower market in Berlin into an education center at the city's Jewish Museum. The design of the Academy is angular and dynamic, resembling a roughly

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Daniel Libeskind to Transform Maze Prison in War-Torn Ireland Into Center For Peace

Daniel Libeskind to Transform Maze Prison in War-Torn Ireland Into Center For Peace

We may think of Ireland as the origin of Guinness and St. Patrick's Day, but the country's history is far darker than many Americans realize. For centuries, Nationalists who believe Ireland should be

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PHOTOS: Daniel Libeskind’s Knife-Like L Tower Rises in Toronto

PHOTOS: Daniel Libeskind’s Knife-Like L Tower Rises in Toronto

Toronto has its own Green Development Standard for buildings, but as LEED has grown in popularity in the US, it has also been catching on in Canadian cities. According to a recent report in the Toronto

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Twin Apartment Towers in Seoul are Joined by a Common Roof and a Bevy of Sky Gardens

Twin Apartment Towers in Seoul are Joined by a Common Roof and a Bevy of Sky Gardens

Hanging gardens are a central theme of the Pentimonium apartments, coming in all shapes and sizes. Many units will feature balcony gardens, as well as larger balcony courtyards that will span four

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Daniel Libeskind’s Glittering Reflections on Keppel Bay Towers to Open in March

Daniel Libeskind’s Glittering Reflections on Keppel Bay Towers to Open in March

Situated along 2,460 feet of lush shoreline, Reflections is Libeskind’s first residential project in Asia.  The six residential towers are linked by sky bridges that not only connect the buildings, but

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Daniel Libeskind Unveils Shimmering LED Chandelier Inspired by the Big Bang

Daniel Libeskind Unveils Shimmering LED Chandelier Inspired by the Big Bang

Designed in collaboration with Austrian lighting company Zumtobel, the eL Masterpiece measures a statuesque nine feet long by almost 3 feet in diameter, and it weighs in at a massive 350 pounds! While the

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Daniel Libeskind’s New Glass Wedge Addition Dramatically Bisects the Dresden Museum of Military History

Daniel Libeskind’s New Glass Wedge Addition Dramatically Bisects the Dresden Museum of Military History

Libeskind’s addition commemorates the reopening of the war museum after a 22 year closure. The neo-classical building was originally an arsenal for the German Armed forces, so Libeskind designed the

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The Freedom Towers That Could Have Been

The Freedom Towers That Could Have Been

This Sunday marks the tenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. The World Trade Center may still largely be a construction site, but all eyes are on the site's first new skyscraper, One World Trade

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What Ever Happened to Daniel Libeskind’s Original WTC Freedom Tower Design?

What Ever Happened to Daniel Libeskind’s Original WTC Freedom Tower Design?

With the tenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks just a few days away, all eyes are on the World Trade Center site. The National 9/11 Memorial will open this Sunday, and One World Trade Center will

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Daniel Libeskind’s “Reflections” Tops Off on Singapore’s Coast

Daniel Libeskind’s “Reflections” Tops Off on Singapore’s Coast

Famed architect Daniel Libeskind has completed construction on the first tower in a massive waterfront development on Singapore's southern coast that claims to be ultra-green. Dubbed Reflections at

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Kö-Bogen: Düsseldorf’s Green Roofed Crystal Complex

Kö-Bogen: Düsseldorf’s Green Roofed Crystal Complex

Daniel Libeskind recently unveiled his remarkable design for the Kö-Bogen, a new mixed-use development in Germany. Set in downtown Düsseldorf, the retail and office complex is crowned with a grassy

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Daniel Libeskind’s ‘Sustainable’ Prefab

Daniel Libeskind’s ‘Sustainable’ Prefab

Daniel Libeskind's latest creation, The Villa, is a step back from his usual large-scale designs, and an attempt to get his foot into the prefab and sustainability design world. An impressive contemporary

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FIVE YEARS, FOUR TOWERS, LEED GOLD ALL AROUND

FIVE YEARS, FOUR TOWERS, LEED GOLD ALL AROUND

Before the day ends, we wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the 5-year anniversary of 9/11, and to look at the most recent developments at Ground Zero, where David Child's Freedom Tower has just been

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