Libeskind, Hadid, Isozaki To Transform Milan

Primary architect of the new World Trade Center, Daniel Libeskind, Pritzker Prize winner Zaha Hadid, and leading Japanese architect Arata Isozaki's design of three "pasta" towers will radically change the Milan skyline.
August 9, 2004, 10am PDT | Abhijeet Chavan | @legalaidtech
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"Milan's skyline is about to undergo radical change. Three glassy skyscrapers are planned, under the direction of Daniel Libeskind, the principal architect for the new World Trade Centre in New York. They will overshadow the Pirelli tower, which for decades has been Italy's tallest building...
Mr Libeskind, together with Zaha Hadid of Iraq and Arata Isozaki of Japan, recently won the contract to design the three steel and glass towers, to be build over 10 years, as part of a glitzy, green complex of offices and flats that aim to change the shape and image of Milan."

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Published on Friday, August 6, 2004 in The Guardian Unlimited
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