Standing Ovation For Libeskind At AIA, San Diego

Daniel Libeskind, the winner of the World Trade Center design competition, received a standing ovation at the American Institute of Architects convention in San Diego.

May 12, 2003, 10:00 AM PDT

By Abhijeet Chavan @http://twitter.com/legalaidtech


"Asked about how he will keep his overall design concept intact, given the number of public agencies and private entities involved, he said, 'Architecture is about negotiations.'Libeskind's appearance clearly was the convention's biggest draw. About 20,000 architects and architecture students – a record number for an AIA convention – attended the three-day gathering at the San Diego Convention Center. "

Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan

Sunday, May 11, 2003 in The San Diego Union-Tribune

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