With a portfolio that includes the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the master plan for the new World Trade Center site, architect and urban designer Daniel Libeskind is internationally renowned for his ability to evoke cultural memory in his work and create architecture that is innovative and sustainable. In an intimate conversation with writer and director Antonio Monda, Libeskind returns for an illuminating discussion on the music, philosophy, and literature that inspire him.
Daniel Libeskind is principal design architect for Studio Libeskind. Antonio Monda (moderator) is artistic director of Le Conversazioni literary festival and the Rome Film Festival.
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