An obscure and radical theorist becomes architecture's hottest new star. Here is the story of Daniel Libeskind.
"Who would have thought a year ago that a world-class radical architect would be chosen to design the WTC site?...The selection of someone of Libeskinds caliber for this historic project is a turning point for architecture and for the city, and it sends a clear signal that the public has an appetite for innovative design. It was public passion that forced the design competition from which Libeskind has emerged victorious."
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