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World Trade Center Reconstruction Competition, at New York, New York, 2002 to 2003.
Jewish Museum Berlin, at Berlin, Germany, 1999 to 2001.
Food Theater Cafe, at London, England, 2001.
(b. Poland, 1946)
Daniel Libeskind is a contemporary deconstructivist architect who has taught at several university architecture schools.
"Ever since I began architecture, I had an abhorrence to conventional architecture offices. There was something about the atmosphere of redundancy, routine and production that made me allergic to all forms of specialization and so-called professionalism. Ten years ago we founded our office in Berlin as a result of a decision, an accident, a rumor on the street and began an unimaginable journey down a path on which we are still travelling."
Daniel Libeskind. Daniel Libeskind : The Space of Encounter.
Studio Daniel Libeskind
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Daniel Libeskind, et al. Daniel Libeskind : The Space of Encounter. Universe Pub., April 2001. ISBN 0789304961. Available at Amazon.com
Deconstructivist Architecture. ISBN 087070298X.
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