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Welcoming Keynote Speaker Daniel Libeskind to Dwell on Design NY

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World-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind appeared as Dwell on Design NY’s keynote speaker to trace his design history, from early building influences to his own drawings that have informed his architectural language.

Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron joined architect Daniel Libeskind onstage to discuss his built work, ranging from the Military History Museum in Dresden to the Jewish museums in Berlin, Copenhagen, and San Francisco, to New York City’s Ground Zero master plan. Libeskind's keynote took place at Dwell on Design NY on Thursday, October 9, at 5pm at 82Mercer in SoHo; for more information on our programming lineup, visit dwellondesign.com.

Crystals at CityCenter (Las Vegas) This sprawling structure brings 500,000 square feet of retail and entertainment...
Scibe desk by Daniel Libeskind for FIAM Italia (2014) Released at Salone del Mobile 2014, this glass desk that...
Jewish Museum Berlin Completed in 2001, Libeskind's thoughtful extension to the Jewish Museum Berlin features an...
Contemporary Jewish Museum (San Francisco) Designed to comeplement an existing, 19th-century structure, Libeskind's...
Military History Museum (Dresden, Germany) To create a space dedicated to Germany's military history, Libeskind...
Ground Zero Master Plan (New York City) Studio Daniel Libeskind designed the master plan for Ground Zero, a complete...
Web bookcase by Daniel Libeskind for Poliform (2014) This sturdy Corian bookcase is both a functional storage unit and...
Denver Art Museum Extension Libeskind designed a titanium-clad addition to the Denver Art Museum that resembles the...
Be sure to join Daniel Libeskind in conversation with Dwell's Amanda Dameron at the inaugural Dwell on Design NY...
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