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Daniel Libeskind, Design Icon

June 8, 2015

The Design Tourist, Karen LeBlanc, in her series Design Icons, talks with Architect and Product Designer Daniel Libeskind about his controversial, provocative architecture that stirs emotions and challenges the possibilities of the built environment. His iconic projects include world famous buildings such as the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Royal Ontario Museum Expansion, Denver Art Museum’s Hamilton Building and the Master Plan of the World Trade Center. Find out who or what is the muse that motivates Libeskind to innovate and create and how he sees his “style” of architecture. Many call him a Deconstructivist but Libeskind has a surprising answer to that label. For more design news, subscribe to my blog at www.TheDesignTourist.Net and follow me on Twitter @ADesignTourist

 


About the author: Bill Indursky

Bill Indursky is an architect, trend expert, and digital entrepreneur. He is the former founder of V&M (Vintage & Modern (2006-2013)) and the current founder of Design Life Network (DLN). DLN is a MAGAZINE + DESIGN AGENCY + MARKETPLACE + TV CHANNEL promoting inspiring design of all eras online and on TV.



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