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Daniel Libeskind Designing Museum Of Humans In Kenya

The project was commissioned by conservationist Richard Leakey, whose fossil discoveries have helped reveal how humankind has evolved. “The museum — titled ‘ngaren’ — will be the first center of its kind to present research, discovery, and exploration of more than two million years of human history and the origins of our universe from evolution, biodiversity, and overpopulation, to war, disease, and climate change.” – DesignBoom
Tags: Art, Kenya, Visual, Daniel Libeskind, Richard Leakey, 05.14.19


Daniel Libeskind unveils climate change-inspired sculptures at Paleis Het Loo

This spring, tapestry-like shrubbery and geometric flowerbeds won’t be the only highlights at the Het Loo Palace’s Dutch Baroque gardens. The palatial grounds in Apeldoorn, Netherlands recently opened a new climate change-inspired exhibit, ‘The Garden of Earthly Worries,’ featuring four monumental art installations designed by Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind. The exhibit showcases the first-ever contemporary installations on show in the gardens of Paleis Het Loo, which dates back to ...
Tags: New York, Design, World Trade Center, Daniel Libeskind, Libeskind, Apeldoorn Netherlands, Paleis Het Loo, Het Loo Palace, Netherlands Museum Paleis Het Loo, House of Orange Nassau, Stables Square


Architectural Profile: MO Museum by Daniel Libeskind

Opened in late October 2018, the MO Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania is the newest completed project by Studio Libeskind, an architecture firm headed by internationally recognized architect Daniel Libeskind. Libeskind is an inspiration to me because he—like other great visionaries—was accused of imagining “unbuildable” buildings. Hence his first project was not realized until Libeskind was 52 years of age. So many cultures (including the United States) and subcultures (including the A&D community) ...
Tags: Books, United States, Lithuania, Denver, Modern Art, Vilnius, Interior, Vilnius Lithuania, Daniel Libeskind, Denver Art Museum, Libeskind, Modern Art Museum, Studio Libeskind, Architectural Profile, Profiles and Research, Jewish architect


Art on the Moon

The NY times recently asked eight artists what art projects they would do if they could fly to the Moon. Here’s Kara Walker’s answer: Gil Scott Heron wrote that famous poem, “Whitey on the Moon”: “The man just upped my rent last night / Cause whitey’s on the moon / No hot water, no toilets, no lights / But whitey’s on the moon.” I got thinking about a moon colony, which plenty of people have talked about pretty seriously over the years. So what I’d do is this: For every female child born on Ea...
Tags: Germany, Earth, Jason Kottke, Daniel Libeskind, Gil Scott Heron, Noam, Whitey, Kara Walker, Leibniz Institute, Scott Heron, Daniel Libeskind Gil Scott Heron Kara Walker Moon


Like a Diamond in the Sky: The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Has a New Glow

Daniel Libeskind’s architectural feat — all 900 pounds, 70 spikes, and three million Swarovski crystals of it — will light up the night at Rockefeller Center.
Tags: Art, News, Architecture, Christmas Trees, Ny, Daniel, Daniel Libeskind, Libeskind, Rockefeller Center (Manhattan, Swarovski AG


Architect to create new star for Rockefeller Christmas tree

NEW YORK (AP) — Architect Daniel Libeskind (LEE’-behs-kihnd) is working on a new crowning achievement: a new star for the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Crystal company Swarovski (swahr-AHV’-skee) made the announcement Thursday, half a year before Santa season. The star will be “inspired by the cosmos.” It makes its big debut Nov. 28. It’s the […]
Tags: Travel, New York, News, Ap, Santa, Daniel Libeskind, Nation & World, AHV


Daniel Libeskind Collection for Loloey

Architect Daniel Libeskind created a limited edition rug collection for luxury Italian brand Loloey, taking his fractal geometric shapes from three dimension to two—and the result is striking. Based on “disorder and arbitrariness” that unveils a paradoxical logic beneath a structure “foreshadowed in the seductive depths of chaos,” the Daniel Libeskind Collection is arresting from all angles. Like his buildings (some of my favorites include his extension to the Denver Art Museum and The Ascent ...
Tags: Books, Flooring, Daniel Libeskind, Covington Kentucky, Denver Art Museum, Surfaces, Libeskind, Geometric Pattern, 100% Bamboo Silk, Architectural Rug, Daniel Libeskind Collection, Fractal Geometry, Italian area rug, Limited Edition Rugs, Loloey, The Ascent at Roebling's Bridge


Behold the “Book Wheel”: The Renaissance Invention Created to Make Books Portable & Help Scholars Study (1588)

Devotees of print may object, but we readers of the 21st century enjoy a great privilege in our ability to store a practically infinite number of digitized books on our computers. What's more, those computers have themselves shrunk down to such compactness that we can carry them around day and night without discomfort. This would hardly have worked just forty years ago, when books came only in print and a serious computer could still fill a room. The paper book may remain reasonably competitive...
Tags: Google, Europe, Books, Technology, College, History, Atlantic, Geneva, Venice, Seoul, Wilson, Facebook Twitter, Los Angeles Review of Books, Daniel Libeskind, Megan Garber, Colin Marshall


This new Berlin apartment building literally purifies the city's air

Daniel Libeskind‘s first residential project in Berlin is a spectacular faceted building that literally purifies the air. Sapphire is clad in geometric stoneware tiles coated in a layer of titanium dioxide that breaks down dirt and grime when exposed to the sun’s UV rays. The crystalline facade of the building is dominated by angular windows and canted walls that create balconies and intimate outdoor nooks that enhance the quality of the units. Each of the apartments has a unique plan with hig...
Tags: Design, Berlin, Architecture, Gallery, Green Building, Green Architecture, Air Purification, Green Facade, Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind, Titanium Dioxide, Crystalline Facade, Self-cleaning Facade, Photocatalytic Facade, Casalgrande Padana, Sapphire Berlin


Students collaborate with starchitect Daniel Libeskind to design university building

Dramatic interlocking volumes and sharp angles define the new green-roofed Central Building at Leuphana University in Germany. Studio Libeskind designed the project in collaboration with students at the university, where Libeskind works as a part-time professor. The result is a distinct zinc-clad building that will serve as an incubator for new ideas, innovation and research. The 139,930-square-foot building, located on the university's main campus in the southern part of Lüneburg, integrates...
Tags: Design, Germany, Architecture, Gallery, Green Building, Carousel Showcase, Green Architecture, Skylights, Green Roof, Vilnius, Exposed Concrete, Atrium, Daniel Libeskind, Research Center, Libeskind, Zero Emission


Daniel Libeskind unveils twisted, tree-covered skyscraper for Toulouse

Studio Libeskind has been tapped to design Toulouse’s first skyscraper, the Occitanie Tower, a twisting modern building draped in vertical gardens. Created in collaboration with Paris-based landscape architect Nicolas Gilsoul, the 40-storey mixed-use skyscraper will serve as an economic catalyst for the French city’s central business district and comprise offices, a hotel, a restaurant, and residences. The tree-covered areas of the tower will give the building its iconic appearance and a portio...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Paris, Hilton, Skyscraper, Toulouse, Carousel Showcase, Canal Du Midi, Mixed-use, Daniel Libeskind, Vertical Gardens, Tree-covered Architecture, Libeskind, Studio Libeskind, Occitanie Tower


Nightafternight playlist

— Linda Catlin Smith, Drifter and other works; Apartment House, Bozzini Quartet (another timbre) — Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf, Hommage à Daniel Libeskind; Ensemble SurPlus (Neos) — Thomas Adès, Asyla, Tevot, Polaris, Brahms; Adès conducting the London Symphony, with Samuel Dale Johnson, baritone (LSO Live) — Sibelius, Kullervo, Kortekangas, Migrations; Osmo Vänskä conducting the Minnesota Orchestra and YL Male Voice CHoir, with Lilli Paasikivi and Tommi Hakala (BIS) — Recurrence: Thurídur Jónsdóttir...
Tags: Music, London, Minnesota, Iceland, Alex Ross, Bach, Daniel Libeskind, George Lewis, Osmo Vanska, Apartment House, Linda Catlin Smith Drifter, Claus Steffen Mahnkopf Hommage, Thomas Adès Asyla Tevot Polaris Brahms, Samuel Dale Johnson, Lilli Paasikivi, Tommi Hakala


Libeskind unveils zero-emissions university building designed in collaboration with students

A new building with exciting geometry and eco-friendly design is inspiring students at Leuphana University at Lüneburg, Germany. Architect Daniel Libeskind recently completed the New Central Building, a landmark university structure designed in collaboration with the students as part of the tradition at Leuphana University to involve students in campus changes. Topped with a green roof and powered by renewable energy, the light-filled sculptural building will operate at zero emissions. Create...
Tags: Design, Germany, Renewable Energy, Architecture, Gallery, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Carousel Showcase, Durham University, Zero-emissions, Community Design, University Building, Daniel Libeskind, Green Roofs, Libeskind, Gray Water


Current Obsessions: Heading to Japan

From a moody Japanese restaurant to a design-centric radiator, here’s what’s been inspiring us this week––all ahead of our upcoming issue, Japan by Design. Above: We’re fans of the alluring ambiance of Karasu, a “Japanese speakeasy” in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Photo via Zagat. We’re liking this beautifully shot series that documents the homes of celebrated architects, designers and artists. An inspiring $5,000 exterior makeover in St. Augustine, Florida. Question of the week: How much mess is ...
Tags: Books, Japan, London, Montana, Stacey, Justine, Alvar Aalto, St Augustine Florida, Daniel Libeskind, Design News, Ichimura, Current Obsessions


A National History Museum For The Kurds

They've been called the world's largest nation without a state: roughly 30 million or more souls in the mountains where modern-day Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran meet. And of course there's not yet any official museum to document the Kurds' long history. Architect Daniel Libeskind and journalist Gwynne Roberts are working with the regional government of Iraqi Kurdistan to develop just such an institution - an even more challenging task than you'd think. (audio)
Tags: Art, Iran, Kurdistan, Issues, Daniel Libeskind, Turkey Syria Iraq


Daniel Libeskind: Tribute to New York

"If you took the whole world and collapsed it into one little ball, you'd find it here, in this city." Daniel Libeskind, world-renowned architect behind the new World Trade Center site, gives tribute to his city in this short and colourful video. "There is no typical New Yorker ... it's a city of atypical people," says Daniel Libeskind who came to New York City at the age of 13 and saw both the building and the collapse of the World Trade Center's Twin Towers. In this video he discusses the tol...
Tags: New York, News, New York City, University of Pennsylvania, World Trade Center, Huffington Post, Venice Biennale, Yale University, Berlin Germany, Daniel Libeskind, Klaus Elmer, Louisiana Channel, Marc Christoph Wagner, Jewish Museum


Sixteen symbolic acres: the rebuilding of Ground Zero

The following is an excerpt from Power at Ground Zero: Politics, Money, and the Remaking of Lower Manhattan On September 21, 2006, Governor George E. Pataki of New York and Governor Jon S. Corzine of New Jersey with New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg gathered at Ground Zero for a hastily-called celebratory news conference to announce that the Board of Directors of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey had approved a series of agreements expected to “expedite the redevelopment proce...
Tags: Books, Politics, New York, Chris Christie, Featured, New York City, America, United States, New Jersey, Sony, Manhattan, Al Qaeda, Nielsen, World Trade Center, Times, George W Bush


How to travel to Europe on a budget + 5 budget European destinations

There are a lot of wonderful ways to experience Europe while staying on a budget. For most travelers, backpacking through Europe is at the top of their bucket list. With numerous things to do in Europe, it’s a huge milestone for every traveler to backpack in Europe. As with any backpacking trip, it’s important to know the best ways to see Europe on a budget. So in order to help you, we created this list of important tips you must be aware of to save money and time while exploring beautiful Europ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Pinterest, Berlin, Spain, Rome, Paris, Portugal, Ryanair, Romania, Easyjet, Budget Travel, Lisbon, Destinations, Western Europe, Leon


Corals at Keppel Bay combine the best of luxury and sustainability

The project features buildings clad in glazed, white aluminum and glass panels, which create a rhythm accentuated by ribbons of balconies. It comprises 366 apartments that range from one-to-four bedrooms and penthouses, with sizes ranging from 538 square feet to 8,503 square feet. The residents will have exclusive access to Marina at Keppel Bay on Keppel Island which includes a clubhouse with members’ lounge, fine dining establishments and yacht charter services. Related: Daniel Libeskind’s a...
Tags: Design, Australia, Iraq, Architecture, Gallery, Green Building, King, Green Architecture, Aluminium Facade, Marina, Waterfront, Daniel Libeskind, Keppel Bay, Studio Libeskind, Kurdistan Museum


Giant domes and airports in the sky: The New York that never was

"Architecture has always begun with drawing," says Daniel Libeskind. But what can we learn from the designs that never left the drawing board?
Tags: New York, Cnn, Daniel Libeskind


Photo Flash: Stage and Screen Icon F. Murray Abraham Honored on Ellis Island

The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation today honored social justice pioneer and sports icon Billie Jean King, actor and author F. Murray Abraham, architect and designer Daniel Libeskind, and philanthropist Gregory Annenberg Weingarten at its 2016 Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards, held in the Great Hall at the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. The event was hosted by analyst and reporter Mary Carillo. Scroll down for photos [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Ellis Island, Great Hall, Daniel Libeskind, Murray Abraham, BWW News Desk, Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Foundation, Mary Carillo


The Rise Of The New, Spiritual Museum

“Today’s shift from particular religions to a generalised spirituality is a global trend noted by architects as well as theologians—Daniel Libeskind has spoken about it since his design for Berlin’s Jewish Museum in the 1990s. It is most evident in the way the iconic museum employs connotations to nature and the cosmos.”
Tags: Art, Berlin, Visual, Daniel Libeskind


The new World Trade Center could have been a 70-story interconnected ‘city in the sky'

Nearly 15 years after the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, the area of downtown Manhattan that was destroyed is nearly rebuilt. The soaring Freedom Tower now stands taller than any other building in the city, and the cascading memorials sit dark and solemn in memory of those who lost their lives. The design of the area includes five skyscrapers of varying heights, each with gray-blue reflective glass. At their feet sits the memorial and museum; Santiago Calatrava’s skeletal trans...
Tags: Real Estate, New York, New York City, US, Trends, New York Times, Manhattan, World Trade Center, Freedom Tower, Nyu, Jennings, Daniel Libeskind, Michael Kimmelman, Santiago Calatrava, Tom Jennings, New York Jennings


Tiny Lithuania apartment boasts a space-saving split personality

The owner was looking to transform his existing apartment to accommodate two people, but remain open and spacious. The architects met this request by splitting the apartment into two parts, with an open-plan main living area bathed in natural light. Terracotta tiles dominate the bedroom and bathroom and meet the white walls of the living room along a sharp line. Related: Daniel Libeskind unveils design for geometric recreational attraction in Lithuania These contrasting conditions convey the ...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Lithuania, Interior Design, Natural Light, Green Interior, Green Interiors, Daniel Libeskind, Open-plan, Terracotta


Tom Hanks to be Feted by Rome Film Festival With Career Prize

ROME — Tom Hanks will be feted with a lifetime achievement award by the Rome Film Festival, which has also booked Meryl Streep, David Mamet, Don De Lillo, and Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind for onstage talks at its upcoming 11th edition. Hanks is expected to make the trek to the Eternal City event on Oct. 13,... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Global, Rome, Tom Hanks, Festivals, Rome Film Festival, Hanks, Daniel Libeskind


5 buildings around the world that memorialize tragic losses of life

1. Light and darkness contrast in Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum Berlin One of the most moving memorial buildings ever created, Daniel Liebeskind's Jewish Museum in Berlin, utilizes architecture to take visitors on a journey through some of humanity's darkest moments during the Holocaust, when millions of people were murdered by the Nazis. From above, the museum appears to be an "exploded Star of David." Sharp angles and zigzagging hallways take visitors on a contemplative journey to the H...
Tags: Japan, Design, Berlin, America, Qatar, Features, Architecture, Memorial Day, Tokyo, Memorial, Holocaust Memorial, Carousel Showcase, Inhabitat, David Sharp, Monument, 2011 Japan Earthquake


Daniel Libeskind + Alessi's Time Maze Wall Clock: The architect reflects on the esoteric concept of time

Undoubtedly a huge name in architecture and design, Polish-American Daniel Libeskind is responsible for designing Berlin's Jewish Museum and NYC's World Trade Center—among so much more. One of his most recent and (as always) striking creations...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Design, Berlin, Designers, Clocks, Homedecor, Decor, Collaborations, Alessi, Daniel Libeskind, Milandesignweek, Milandesignweek2016, Wallclocks, Daniellibeskind, Daniel Libeskind Alessi, NYC s World Trade Center


Horloge Time Maze par Daniel Libeskind pour Alessi

© Alessi Daniel Libeskind, théoricien de l’architecture et artiste au sens plus large du terme, présente son premier projet pour la marque Italienne Alessi: l’horloge Time Maze. © Seen By Kloé pour Blog Esprit Design Présentée lors de la Milan Design Week 2106 qui vient de s’achever hier, l’horloge murale Time Maze fait partie du catalogue Living Accessoires dédié aux petits accessoires de décoration chez Alessi: Collection Living Accessoires – Alessi © Alessi © Seen By Kloé pour Blog Espr...
Tags: New York, Design, Milan, Italie, Alessi, Daniel Libeskind, Deco, Kloe, Horloge, Horloge Time Maze, Alessi Daniel Libeskind, Italienne Alessi, Juif de Berlin, Time Maze, Alessi Retrouvez


Daniel Libeskind’s ambitious design for The Kurdistan Museum in Iraq

Read the rest of Daniel Libeskind’s ambitious design for The Kurdistan Museum in Iraq
Tags: Iraq, Museum, Architecture, Gallery, Green Building, Kurdistan, Natural Light, Green Architecture, Community Center, Erbil, Daniel Libeskind, Studio Libeskind, The Kurdistan Museum, Kurdistan Museum


Daniel Libeskind's Secret Museum of the Kurds

Seven years ago an intermediary for the prime minister of Iraqi Kurdistan, Nechirvan Barzani, asked the architect Daniel Libeskind to design a museum. It was to be built in the autonomous region's capital city, Erbil, in the northern part of Iraq, and it would be the first, Barzani told him through the intermediary, to tell the story of his people, an ethnic minority that's survived decades of violence and oppression.
Tags: Iraq, Erbil, Barzani, Daniel Libeskind, Kurdistan Nechirvan Barzani