All Libeskind articles – Page 3

  • Libeskind’s design for the City University of Hong Kong.

    Libeskind working on building in Hong Kong


    Hypocrisy charge for architect who said he would never work in China

  • Erick van Egeraat

    Libeskind’s China boycott a ‘stunt’, says van Egeraat


    Daniel Libeskind’s boycott of work in China on ethical grounds has been slammed as a “publicity stunt” by leading Dutch architect Erick van Egeraat.

  • A proposed Las Vegas hotel development includes architects  Foster & Partners, Daniel Libeskind, Raphael Viñoly, KPF and Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects.

    Foster and Libeskind bet on Las Vegas...


    Foster & Partners, Daniel Libeskind and Helmut Jahn of Chicago-based Murphy Jahn Architects have designed three neighbouring buildings as part of an $8 billion development in Las Vegas, touted as the largest privately financed project ever constructed in North America.

  • News

    Ethics debate: Take an ethical stance, Libeskind tells his peers


    Daniel Libeskind has urged architects to think carefully before working in China amid growing concern over the country’s ethical record.

  • News

    Toronto turns out for Libeskind crystal


    Libeskind’s £128 million extension to the Royal Ontario Museum prompted a staggering 40,000 Torontonians to witness the official opening last week.

  • Features

    Daniel Libeskind accepting his honorary doctorate from Berlin's Humboldt University


    What ineffable - immeasurable power of building in the city! The epiphany of the constructible is the strange sucking of the earth's axis. In the realm of architecture, ideas having stared at Medusa turn to stone. Here it is matter which carries the aura of ideas - ideas which metastatize ...

  • Northern Lights: LDA’s proposal includes an aerial light show.

    Blackpool competes for Libeskind’s Eden forest...


    Blackpool plans to bounce back from losing in its bid to host the UK’s only supercasino by installing a Daniel Libeskind-designed indoor rainforest on the same site.

  • Opinion

    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.

  • Opinion

    Libeskind tells all


    A review copy of Daniel Libeskind’s autobiography finally arrived at BD this week. The book is a perfect reflection of Libeskind in that it is strange and short. It contains such revelations as New York is a place where “no one has ever said anything nasty “ to him; when ...

  • News

    Libeskind’s Dublin debut


    Daniel Libeskind has unveiled dramatic plans for a 2,000-seat performing arts centre in Dublin, his first project in the city.