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Getting Out The Welcome Mat For Libeskind

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Renderings of architect Daniel Libeskind's plans for downtown los Angeles have surfaced, and well, let us just say that it's nice to have a new name--architecture-wise--mentioned in plans for the neighborhood. Will this thing actually be built? We'll see. Meanwhile, for those with no knowledge of Libeskind, his most famous project is likely the Jewish Museum in Berlin (first image in gallery), more recent US works include the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, and anyone following the Freedom Tower/World Trade Center site drama knows that he was the original master-planner. But he was slowly shoved out of the way until not a trace of Libeskindmania remained. In the gallery: A sample of his completed projects (all info via the Libeskind Studio) as well as a rendering for One Madison Park, a planned New York development that raised the eyebrows of one critic. There'll be a Libeskind pop quiz later today. Brush up, everyone!

Completed: Images, info via links

Westside Shopping and Leisure Centre, Westside Shopping and Leisure Centre Bern, Switzerland, 2008

The Wohl Centre, Ramat-Gan, Israel, 2005

Denver Art Museum Residences, Denver, Colorado, 2006

Jewish Museum Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 1999

Danish Jewish Museum
, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2003

Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California, 2008

The Ascent at Roebling's Bridge, Covington, Kentucky
, 2008

Studio Weil, Mallorca, Spain, 2003

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario, 2007

Memoria e Luce, 9/11 Memorial Padua, Italy, 2005

Metropolitan University Graduate Centre, London, England, 2004

North Imperial War Museum North
, Manchester, England, 2001

Felix Nussbaum Haus, Osnabrück, Germany ,1998

Tangent Seoul, South Korea
, 2005

Extension to the Denver Art Museum, Frederic C. Hamilton Building Denver, Colorado, 2006

Glass Courtyard, Berlin, Germany, 2007


Royal Ontario Museum Spirit House
, 2007