Daniel Libeskind 2009

Denver is my first design object, and I still think it is one of my best projects. My inspiration was the “New World ” Symphony by Antonín Dvorák, and the idea of a space that is open to infinite new possibilities.I think the slimness and elementary shapes of the Denver express the vision of the flowing and jagged lines in my architecture.


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DENVER, 2009

By meticulously subtracting, I obtained a form that appears in its most minimal terms, much like Gio Ponti succeeded in doing with the Lama model.

— Jewish Museum Berlin, Berlin, 1999/2001

— Daniel Libeskind

This is rendered more sophisticated by the dynamic movement impressed by a slight but significant alteration to the classic geometry: an idea of aerodynamic beauty rooted in contemporaneity. — Daniel Libeskind

— Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, 2007

— Click to play: Daniel Libeskind, Salone del Mobile 2014

In 1990, Daniel Libeskind wins the competition for the Berlin Jewish Museum, leading him to become one of the most acclaimed architects in the international panorama.

— Contemporary Jewish Museum San Francisco (CA), 2008