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Libeskind

(ˈliːbəskɪnd)
n
(Biography) Daniel. born 1946, US architect, born in Poland. Based in Berlin, he designed the Jewish Museum there (1999), the Imperial War Museum in Manchester (2000), and the "Freedom Tower" that will replace the World Trade Center in New York
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"A building is a place where voices whisper," Daniel Libeskind, the architect who designed the Jewish Museum in Berlin, told a rapt audience at the Fashion Institute of Technology's 13th annual Holocaust Remembrance Day event yesterday.
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