Texts by Daniel Libeskind
Daniel Libeskind is admired for his capacity to bring new dimensions to the perception of architecture. Following the acclaim which greeted his competition-winning City Edge project for Berlin, his work was selected for the recent MoMA Deconstructivism exhibition.
Libeskind's study Theatrum Mundi contains a cycle of twelve abstract color plates which represent a premonition of the future in the form of a city besieged by an unknown infection. The plates are presented in an accordion format to emphasize their circular relationship.
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16 pages, 12 color plates, London 1985, 27,5x34,3 cm