In 1989, Daniel Libeskind founds its renowned architecture studio in Berlin, after winning a competition for the project of the Jewish Museum in Berlin. In 2003, the studio is moved to New York to redesign the World Trade Center, which is currently under construction in Lower Manhattan. He deals with different planning areas all over the world: museums, concert halls, university campuses, hotels, shopping malls and residential towers, among others. Some of its most important works are the “London Metropolitan University Graduate Centre” in 2004, Military History Museum in Dresden in 2011 and the Sapphire in Berlin, which was ended in 2016. He has been holding numerous lectures and has been participating in many international meetings. He is interested in art and all its forms and in an original and sustainable architecture. His approach has been influencing contemporary creativity.
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