More than a memoir. An autobiography of architecture, culture, and people.
One of the most influential architects of our time recounts an extraordinary life, from his childhood in post-war Poland as the son of Holocaust survivors, to his controversial and dramatic recounting of the designing of the Freedom Tower at the World Trade Center.
“Libeskind’s greatest gift is for interweaving simple, commemorative concepts and abstract architectural ideas—there is no one alive who does this better.”—Paul Goldberger, The New Yorker
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About Daniel Libeskind
Daniel Libeskind is an international figure in architectural practice and urban design. With over forty projects worldwide, Libeskind’s practice extends from museums and concert halls to convention centers, universities, hotels, shopping centers, and residential projects. Born in Lodz, Poland in… More about Daniel Libeskind
Published by Riverhead Books Sep 23, 2004| 304 Pages| ISBN 9781101217306