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MessageSujet: Icons of Architecture - Daniel Libeskind   Sam 26 Fév - 11:11

Icons of Architecture - Daniel Libeskind

Published on 08-04-2010 by Skyscrapernews.com
One of the sure to be in demand events of this year will be the appearance of Daniel Libeskind, an architect who needs no introduction, at the Royal Geographical Society on the 29th of April.

The talk is being hosted by Peter Murray who will be exploring Libeskind's life and career that has included some of the most important and influential modern buildings starting with the Jewish Museum in Berlin, and more recently, the Imperial War Museum North in Salford, and the L Tower in Toronto which at one point had a design appearing as a huge kinky boot.

Following this will be a 15 minute question and answer with the audience and the whole thing will culminate with a drinks reception and a free drink.

Tickets are £35 for those readers with jobs, £20 for students but are bound to go fast as one would expect for an evening with one of the greatest architects working today.

If you want to attend, you can find the Royal Geographical Society at 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR. The nearest tube station is South Kensington.
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