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44 DANIEL LIBESKIND Creating reality with architecture Daniel Libeskind, an international figure in architecture and in design, started as a virtuoso musician. Leaving the field to study architecture, his early career was academic, which changed when he won two high-profile competitions – The Jewish Museum in Berlin and The Imperial War Museum North in Manchester, England. He rose to great fame in 2003 after receiving a commission to create the master plan for the reconstruction of the World Trade Center.
One of my next projects is at a school in St. Petersburg, Florida, where they are going to rebuild the Arts Center that will include a glassStar, Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem 2000. Photo: Terry Rishel blowing shop – a nicer one than it already has. It will also include a 10,000 sq. ft. Chihuly Collection as a permanent part of the facility. It will probably open in a couple of years. I consider myself very fortunate to have had an exciting and successful creative career. I believe that I’ve made a lasting contribution to the art of glassmaking, if not to art itself.
I believe in the public process, and I believe in consensus, and I don’t believe it weakens architecture. The Jewish Museum in Berlin went through a whole series of transformations, due to cost and to many different issues. But I think that is what gives a project a life. I would hate a project where the drawings were exactly the same in the beginning as at the end. To me, that would be a very abstract and not very good project. But you still have to stick with your convictions and vision. If the project is rich enough in ideas and creativity, then the soul will remain.
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