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Studio Libeskind is involved in designing a diverse array of urban, cultural and commercial projects internationally. Tweets by the Studio's Communications Dept
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Studio Libeskind May 16
R.I.P. A legend. At dinner with him in Berlin, years ago, we shared our mutual passion for drawing. You can see in his brilliant buildings a mastery of architecture's millenial tradition...he will be missed.
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Studio Libeskind May 13
We have just announced the campaign for a new museum we are working on in Kenya with Dr. Richard Leakey: Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind. find out more at
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Studio Libeskind May 13
London! Daniel will be at the aaschool bookshop this WED May 15 at 6:30PM signing and discussing his latest book .
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Interior Design May 7
Daniel Libeskind reinvents the desk for Turri.
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Studio Libeskind Apr 30
Tomorrow (5/1) Daniel will be in Le Conversazioni with Antonio Monda. 7pm Followed by a book signing.
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Louisiana Channel Apr 24
Follow what you love. If you follow what you love, you will never be a loser.” In this short new video, the world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind advises young architects to follow their dreams & take risks:
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Studio Libeskind Apr 16
"Architecture is not just real estate. Deep below lies memories that connect us all, across nations, ethnicities, religions. That is truly and deeply what architecture is about." -
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Observer New Review Apr 14
On my radar: architect on his love of Bruegel, Berlin opera, and an inspirational Polish salt mine
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VitrA Bathrooms Apr 7
Join us on 16 April for a very special opportunity to hear about 's architectural practice and projects including the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the Dutch Holocaust Memorial of Names in Amsterdam © Hufton+Crow
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DW Culture Apr 2
It is the first time that contemporary art is exhibited in the gardens of the . Libeskind's works of art are intended to depict the disturbed relationship between man and nature.
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In-AfricaProject Apr 4
Watch “Ngaren: Historic Collaboration between Richard Leakey and Daniel Libeskind” on with
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GlassPerformanceDays Mar 26
Studio Libeskind confirmed to be an opening speaker in GPD 2019! Check out the news here:
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Architects Newspaper Mar 19
Iquique is known for its mountains, dunes, desert, beaches, and all are referenced in Studio Libeskind 's new Museo Antropologico Regional de Iquique.
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Belfast at MIPIM Mar 13
“Peter Rice’s most important contribution was his ability to understand that engineering has so many more possibilities when it’s viewed as one with architecture,” says . “It should be a singular work where you can’t tell what’s architecture & what’s engineering.”
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Cultural Voyager Mar 11
From 2 April 2019 until mid-2021 Paleis Het Loo will exhibit ‘The Garden of Earthly Worries’, with four monumental contemporary artworks designed by the Polish- American architect Daniel Libeskind
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Maggie's Centres Mar 4
We're looking forward to hearing speak later!
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Studio Libeskind Feb 27
"I don't believe in neutrality in architecture"
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Studio Libeskind Feb 27
In middle of the salt mine 200 feet underground presenting WTC master plan design... "something moved me and we went down [to the site] and I understood that there is something spiritual in the bedrock"
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Belfast at MIPIM Feb 27
NEWS: We are absolutely delighted to announce that world-renowned architect will be collaborating with at 2019. Learn more at:
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Studio Libeskind Feb 27
The crystals of this mine lodged themselves in my heart and mind when I first visited the Wieliczka Salt Mine as a child in Poland. The crystal has since captured my imagination and influences my work and life.
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