Daniel Libeskind, the world-renowned architect of projects like the master plan for the World Trade Center in New York and the Jewish Museum Berlin, will be giving a lecture at the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation on Friday April 8, 2011 at 6:15 pm. Libeskind, an international figure in architectural practice and urban design is well known for introducing a new critical discourse into architecture and for his multidisciplinary approach. His work has been exhibited extensively in major museums and galleries around the world and has also been the subject of numerous international publications in many languages. His buildings have appeared on the covers of Time Magazine, Newsweek, Architectural Record, and the Wall Street Journal, among other publications. Mr. Libeskind's ideas have influenced a new generation of architects and those interested in the future development of cities and culture.
You can read more on Daniel Libeskind and his projects.
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