Daniel Libeskind – The Space of Encounter (Universe Publishing, 2001) gives a comprehensive outlook to Libeskind’s career at the turn of the millennium. The preface is by Jeffrey Kipnis; the afterword is by Anthony Vidler. The book maps Libeskind’s architectural works, theory, commentary and so forth.
Daniel Libeskind – The Space of Encounter captures the architect at a major turning point in his career. In true Libeskind fashion, it eschews the traditional monograph format, focusing instead on the underlying processes that drive his work and from which his concepts take shape. it reveals for the first time in book from his project proposal texts, and includes excerpts from lauded speeches and lectures, interviews conducted with international newspapers and journals, and his poems and correspondence. The reader is guided through a captivating array of ideas and images from 1979 to the year of 2005, charting Libeskind’s evolution from radical educator to the high-profile, convincing and inspiring architect that he is today.
– Daniel Libeskind – The Space of Encounter (Universe Publishing, 2001), excerpt from the flap blurb
The text is in English. The book is richly illustrated with photographs, drawings, art works etc.
The copy in stock is in very good condition. The pages are clean and tidy; the glueing of the binding is fine; the covers are fine.