|Thursday 26th October 2006|
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
Daniel Libeskind, Founder of Studio Daniel Libeskind shares some selected work from his memoir, Breaking Ground, at the CTBUH 2006 Chicago Conference held in the Herman Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology. He believes that high rise architecture should be specific to its location, thus communicating something beyond space and life. He perceives computer only as a tool for design. Mr. Libeskind’s ideas have influenced a new generation of architects and those interested in the future development of cities and culture.
Run Time: 25:22