A Dozen Deconstructions by Daniel Libeskind

Renowned architect Daniel Libeskind sat down with the Commercial Observer this week to talk over the dozen projects he has going on around the world, including his work on the World Trade Center, at the Jewish Museum and elsewhere.

Libeskind came to prominence in the 1980s along with a group of other so-called Deconstructivist architects, who challenged the presumptions and conventional wisdom that surround more straight-forward–and plain old straight–architecture with their warped designs. Herewith are a dozen of Libeskind’s groundbreaking designs that have propelled the architect to the international notoriety he enjoys today.

SLIDESHOW: The Daring Designs of Daniel Libeskind. >>

mchaban [at] observer.com | @mc_nyo

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