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Libeskind

Daniel. born 1946, US architect, born in Poland. Based in Berlin, he designed the Jewish Museum there (1999), the Imperial War Museum in Manchester (2000), the proposed spiral extension to London's Victoria and Albert Museum, and the "Freedom Tower" that will replace the World Trade Center in New York
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Polish-born architect Daniel Libeskind is in the spotlight once more with the international launch of arguably his most high-profile project to date.
Construction of research centre, designed by Daniel Libeskind, of Studio Daniel Libeskind (SDL).
Durham University selected the renowned international architect, Daniel Libeskind, of Studio Daniel Libeskind (SDL), who produced the master plan for Ground Zero, New York, to design the building.
Back in 2002, during the early stages of what was then dubbed the "Renaissance ROM" period (a time that saw incredible growth in construction, renovation, and new object display), Daniel Libeskind of Studio Daniel Libeskind won the selection process to design the planned addition.
A building material designed to recreate the appearance and texture of naturally occurring materials has been used in a sculpture by architect Daniel Libeskind, who created the masterplan for rebuilding the World Trade Centre site in New York.
Summary: Taking Inspiration from the history of light, renowned architect Daniel Libeskind and his son Noam have designed the EL Masterpiece Chandelier.
Daniel Libeskind also designed the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester.
Students from all over the world design models for life in the city - architect Daniel Libeskind leads pilot course
DuPont solutions will be featured in a new, 54-floor luxury apartment building in Poland designed by architect Daniel Libeskind.
The HCT signed an agreement last night witharchitectural firmStudio Daniel Libeskind and Siemens AG, to collaborate on the designand built ofan academic and technological hub which will be the future home to Abu Dhabi Men's College, CERT, and HCT's Central Services division.
Daniel Libeskind, architect of the World Trade Center site reconstruction, and Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone were among the confirmed guests.
The phenomenon of interruption in the visual arts; a comparison of works by Daniel Libeskind, Gerhard Richter, and Ilya Kabakov.