In this lecture, architect Daniel Libeskind shares his creative process and thinking for many of his most prominent buildings including the Jewish Museum Berlin and the Military History Museum in Dresden.
Daniel Libeskind is an international figure in architecture and urban design. His practice extends from building major cultural and commercial institutions to private homes and object design. Best known for designing iconic buildings such as the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the Imperial War Museum North, Libeskind is also the master-plan designer for the World Trade Center site in New York City. Libeskind's work is deeply connected to memory. In this lecture, which launches the Monumental strand of the Post-War Seminar Series, Libeskind shares his creative process and thinking for many of his most prominent buildings including the Jewish Museum Berlin, Military History Museum in Dresden as well as recent Holocaust memorials in Canada and the Netherlands.