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Daniel Libeskind News
Daniel Libeskind Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:
14 May 2019
Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind, The Great Rift Valley, Kenya, East Africa
Design: Studio Libeskind
image from architects
Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind
Campaign for a new museum dedicated to the story of humans, Ngaren: The Museum of Humankind: the unprecedented project located in Kenya’s Rift Valley is designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind, the master plan architect of the World Trade Center site.
Feb 5, 2018
Canada’s National Holocaust Monument, Ottawa, Canada
Canada’s National Holocaust Monument opened in October 2017 in the capital city of Ottawa. The competition-winning scheme by Studio Libeskind, New York, commemorates victims of the Nazi genocide and recognizes the 40,000 survivors who made it to Canada.
This new open-air, poured-concrete pavilion forms a public place of respite and reflection. The design pays homage to the studio’s seminal Jewish Museum in Berlin, complete in 1999. Each has few right angles, and both are designed to create a sense of unease that is relevant to the history they evoke. The structure sits across the street from the Canadian War Museum (2008) by Moriyama & Teshima with Griffiths Rankin Cook.
23 Nov 2015
Design for a New Lithuanian Modern Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania
image by architect
Modern Art Center (MAC) Vilnius
The design of a new modernist museum by Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind (New York/Milan/Zurich) in partnership with Do architects (Vilnius) and Baltic Engineers (Vilnius).
18 Oct 2013
Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery in Tel Aviv Exhibition, Israel
Exhibition of Daniel Libeskind’s Architectural Drawings
image by architect
The exhibition arrives in Tel Aviv after opening at the Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery in Rome and in Turin. From Tel Aviv the show will travel to the Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery in Milan then travel to London and to New York City (location and dates to be announced).
The exhibition in Tel Aviv will show some sketches exposed in Italy and other new projects.
6 Dec 2012
Emporis Skyscraper Award
image © Courtesy of Keppel Bay Pte Ltd
Emporis Skyscraper Award for Reflections at Keppel Bay, Singapore
23 Nov 2012
Jewish Museum Berlin Academy, Germany
photograph © Bitter Bredt
Jewish Museum Berlin Academy
This is a new, fairly small building close to the most famous work by this world-famous architect. The design for the Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin links to the other structures and spaces at the site, “both thematically and structurally”.
12 Oct 2012
L Tower, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
Architects: SDL / Page + Steele/IBA Architects
image : SDL
L Tower Toronto
L Tower’s “topping out” ceremony marks the completion of the skyscraper’s skeletal structure and almost half of its glass-and-steel façade. The 58-storey condominium building will welcome residents in 2013.
Daniel Libeskind Architects : Practice Information – news & events
10 Sep 2012
Life time Achievement Award
photo of the architect © Michael Klinkhamer Photography
LEAF Awards 2012 Life time Achievement Award news
Architect Daniel Libeskind has been honoured with the Lifetime Achievement in architectural Community award for the 9th annual Emirates Glass LEAF Awards.
Recent Daniel Libeskind Designs
31 May 2012
Archipelago 21 Seoul, Yongsan Business District, Seoul, South Korea
image © Ray-us corp
Archipelago21 – a masterplan for the major redevelopment for the Yongsan International Business District – dramatically reinvents the landscape of Korea’s historic capital city. This sustainable urban development is made up of over 30 million square feet of built area and will include a new international business district, world-class shopping, residential neighborhoods, cultural institutions, educational facilities and transportation, all sited in a large urban park along the Han River.
30 May 2012
Dancing Towers, Yongsan Business District, Seoul, South Korea
image © Crystal
Dancing Towers Seoul
These Korean skyscraper buildings form a mixed-use development that consists of three 41 story residential towers, (a total of 834 total residential units). The design is “inspired by the traditional Korean Buddhist Dance known as Seung-Moo. The subtle rotation of the towers creates the illusion they are dancing, as inspired by the long sleeves of the Seung-Moo dancer’s traditional costumes, gracefully propelled by the dancer’s movements”.
30 May 2012
Harmony Tower, Yongsan Business District, Seoul, South Korea
image © Crystal
Harmony Tower Seoul
This Korean Skyscraper Building is part of the new Yongsan International Business district (YIBD)development in Seoul, is an iconic, 21st century sustainable office tower that is 46 floors. The design for the tower is inspired by YunDeung, traditional Korean paper lanterns.
14 Feb 2012
Reflections at Keppel Bay, Singapore
photo from LA
Reflections at Keppel Bay Singapore
The series of high-rise undulating towers is the focal point of this project. These sleek curving forms of alternating heights create graceful openings and gaps between the structures allowing all to have commanding views of the waterfront, Sentosa, the golf course and Mount Faber.
14 Feb 2012
Dresden Military Museum, Germany
photo © Hufton+Crow Photography
Dresden Military History Museum
The redesigned Dresden Museum of Military History is now the official central museum of the German Armed Forces. It will house an exhibition area of roughly 21,000 square feet, making it Germany’s largest museum.
Practice News 2011
20 Jun 2011
Kö-Bogen – mixed-use development, Düsseldorf, Germany
image : Rendering – Archimation
Kö-Bogen Düsseldorf : Daniel Libeskind lays the foundation stone
10 May 2011
Felix Nussbaum Haus Extension, Osnabrück, northern Germany
picture © Bitter Bredt
Felix Nussbaum Haus Extension
Office News 2010
Tampere Deck and Central Arena, Finland
Tampere Central Arena
Innovation City Abu Dhabi, UAE
5 Mar 2010
Grand Canal Square Dublin, Ireland
photo © Ros Kavanagh
Grand Canal Square Theatre
Practice News 2009
Yongsan International Business District, Seoul, South Korea
Seoul Masterplan : master plan competition winner
AIA New York 2008 President’s Award winner news
5 May 2009
Jewish Museum Berlin Expansion
Major Daniel Libeskind Buildings
The Ascent, Kentucky, USA
image © Michele Nastasi
The Ascent Covington, Roebling’s Bridge
Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF, USA
photograph © Andrew McRae
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Graduate Centre, London, England, UK
photograph © Nick Weall
London Metropolitan University building
House of the Future
image © SDL
Libeskind Villa design
Imperial War Museum North, England
building photo © Adrian Welch
Imperial War Museum Manchester
Jewish Museum, Berlin, Germany
photo © Guenter Schneider
Jewish Museum Berlin
Ørestad City masterplan, Denmark
photo © Adrian Welch
Studio Libeskind masterplan, Copenhagen
Renaissance ROM, Ontario, Canada
image: finest-images, © ROM 2006
Royal Ontario Museum building, Toronto
Westside Shopping Center, Switzerland
picture from SDL
Westside Shopping Center, Bern-Brünnen
44 Zlota tower – proposal, Warsaw, Poland
image © Studio Daniel Libeskind
44 Zlota tower : 65 storeys
SDL Architecture – no images
Creative Media Centre, Hong Kong
Studio Libeskind project – Hong Kong building
Danish Jewish Museum / Dansk Jødisk Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark
Jewish Museum building
Denver Art Museum – Building Extension, Denver, Colorado, USA
first completed building in North America
Location: 2 Rector Street, New York, NY 10006, USA
Studio Daniel Libeskind founded in 1989 by Daniel with his wife Nina.
The main architects studio is located in New York, NY, USA with sub offices in Zürich, Switzerland and Milan, Italy.
Born in 1946 in Łódź, Poland.
Daniel is an American citizen, registered as an architect in Germany
Studio Daniel Libeskind – more studio info re architects practice, education, etc.
Major Unbuilt Project by Daniel Libeskind Architects
World Trade Centre site – buildings proposal, Manhattan, USA
Daniel Libeskind Architects + David Childs of SOM Architects
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Freedom Tower New York design
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