Libeskind’s lesson on finding the positive

As Daniel Libeskind admits, much of what an architect does is performance. Buildings have to be defended linguistically as well as visually but few architects are as convincing as he is when it comes to communicating ideas. Yet, as he admitted last week, it can be a struggle.

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