A Mall With Edge
- Libeskind in London. // Building Design;3/14/2003, Issue 1570, p2
Reports on the plans of architect Daniel Libeskind to redesign the World Trade Center in London, England.
- The price of fame. Gates, Charlie // Building Design;4/11/2003, Issue 1574, p10
Comments on the popularity of architect Daniel Libeskind as head of the ground zero redevelopment project in New York City. Recognition of Libeskind among passersby; Expertise in tall building designs; International media attention of the reconstruction project.
- Libeskind Designs Dresden Museum. Manley, Brendan // Military History;Mar2012, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p10
The article reports on the completion by U.S. architect Daniel Libeskind of the 85 million U.S. dollar redesign of the Museum of Military history in Dresden, Germany.
- FAR OUT. // Retail Traffic;Nov2008, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p18
The article underscores the opening of the Westside Shopping and Leisure Center in Bern, Switzerland on October 2008. It states that this structure was designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind. It also mentions that the mixed-use projects features a mix of retail as well as residential...
- Design sends 'worrying messages.' // Building Design;3/7/2003, Issue 1569, p2
Comments on architect Daniel Libeskind's winning World Trade Centre design. Composition of the Manhattan skyline; Element of hyperbole about the resonance of the foundations; Design created by Libeskind to symbolize the strength and endurance of American democracy.
- Six-month contract lets Libeskind start at WTC. Arnold, Damian // Building Design;3/7/2003, Issue 1569, p2
Reports on architect Daniel Libeskind's signing of a six-month contract to start working on the derailed redesign of the World Trade Centre in New York. Libeskind's winning design in a competition initiated by the Lower Manhattan Development Corp; Libeskind's claim that the main land use plan...
- Libeskind: Visa rules 'a mistake'. Hopkirk, Elizabeth // Building Design;9/20/2013, Issue 2077, p1
The article reports that American architect Daniel Libeskind has criticized British visa law which he claims was based on "fear of the outsider" and which has left foreign architecture students facing deportation.
- No small plans. Glasser, Jeff // U.S. News & World Report;3/10/2003, Vol. 134 Issue 7, p51
Focuses on architect Daniel Libeskind's design for buildings to be built on the ground in Manhattan, New York City where the World Trade Towers stood. Inspiration Libeskind found in Walt Whitman's poem 'Mannahatta'; Details of the buildings to be constructed; Background of Libeskind.
- Daniel Libeskind. Doane, Kathleen // Cincinnati Magazine;Jan2008, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p108
The article presents an interview with architect Daniel Libeskind. When asked if he visited Cincinnati, Ohio while pursuing teaching job at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, he replied that he visited museums, restaurants and concerts at Music Hall. He reflects that Cincinnati...