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“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011  Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

Architect Daniel Libeskind’s Steel Wedge Bursts Through the Redesigned Museum in Dresden

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011  Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011 Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011  Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011 Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011  Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011 Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel Libeskind, 2011  Awarded the prestigious #European award, micheletti award, Dresden's Military History Museum is redesigned by #iconic architect Daniel Libeskind. The #light, translucent interruption pushes through the opacity and rigidity of the existing #building. Slicing through the 135-year-old #museum, this 200-ton wedge of #glass,#concrete and #steel dramatically interrupts the building's

“I wanted to create a bold interruption, a fundamental dislocation…” – Daniel…

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Daniel Libeskind Prefab Villa

Daniel Libeskind's 'Sustainable' Prefab

Daniel Libeskind Prefab Villa

this is the best place to learn about everything past in the most interesting way time flies as you go through rooms filled with objects from civilizations all over the world.

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The British Museum this is the best place to learn about everything past in the most interesting way time flies as you go through rooms filled with objects from civilizations all over the world.

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Daniel Libeskind and Immersive's spectacular LED light towers bloom in Milan

#Zahahadid #Architects design #Hall 3A in #nürnberg Messe #Germany. The roof made of linear #triangular #trusses turn vertically on the #facade to create a #colonnade of tree-shaped #columns which supports the #canopy.

design in Messe The roof made of linear turn vertically on the to create a of tree-shaped which supports the

The extension to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), now named the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, is situated at one of the most prominent intersections in downtown central Toronto.  It is the largest Museum in Canada and attracts more than a million visitors a year. Its new name is derived from the building’s five intersecting metal-clad volumes, which are reminiscent of crystals—inspired by the crystalline forms in the ROM’s mineralogy galleries. Libeskind created a structure of organically…

The extension to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), now named the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, is situated at one of the most prominent intersections in downtown central Toronto. It is the largest Museum in Canada and attracts more than a million visitors a year. Its new name is derived from the building’s five intersecting metal-clad volumes, which are reminiscent of crystals—inspired by the crystalline forms in the ROM’s mineralogy galleries. Libeskind created a structure of organically…

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