Daniel Libeskind Studio

Luka Beograd


Daniel Libeskind Studio

Experience of Daniel Libeskind's, one of the most important architects today, includes building major cultural and commercial institutions, museums, concert halls and centres, universities, hotels and residential space.

Well-known for introducing new critical discourse into architecture, he was engaged in the projects such as the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Student Centre at the London Metropolitan University, as well as an office tower for the Hyundai Corporation in Seoul.

He also took part in the projects of industrial waterfront revitalization in Singapore - Keppel Bay, Dublin and Seoul, as well as projects in Dusseldorf, Milan, Hong Kong, London, Las Vegas, Copenhagen, Warsaw, Toronto.

Among other projects, he gained fame by winning the open competition for World Trade Center Master Plan, so that Daniel Libeskind is the author of the Master Plan for memorial complex World Trade Center, destroyed on the 11th of September in New York.

He won numerous awards in the field of architecture as well as those which go beyond his profession such as the Medal for cultural contribution given by German government in 2007.

Apart from planning, his work also includes education. He has held numerous lectures at the universities all over the world presenting his ideas and new trends in architecture. His works have been exhibited in the world's most prestigious galleries and museums.

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