Daniel Libeskind

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Distributed Art Pub Incorporated, 1998 - Architecture - 124 pages
The internationally famous American architect Daniel Libeskind designed the Felix-Nussbaum_Haus as an extension to Osnabruck's Museum of Art History. This building, dedicated to the memory of the painter Felix Nussbaum (born 1904 in Osnabruck - died 1944 in Auschwitz) was the architect's first completed project. In this book, the director of the Osnabruck museum describes the building in detail, highlighting the key features of Libeskind's "deconstructivist" style, as it has been termed. He also investigates the correlation between the building's architecture and the paintings of Nussbaum.

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