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This month: Daniel Libeskind


Five years ago on September 11, Daniel Libeskind's first major building opened to the public in Germany. The events of that day in New York marked a turning point in his life.

Part one:
 Libeskind visits Ground Zero on the September 11 anniversary.
Part two:
  The architect discusses life as a celebrity and his dark family history.
Part three:
 He draws the crowds as his first American building opens in Denver.


Once a virtuoso on the piano accordion, architecture's Man in Black causes a sensation wherever he goes.
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Daniel Libeskind
Royal Ontario Museum, Canada

Major works

From Berlin to Toronto, Libeskind is fast becoming one of the world's best-known architects. Gallery

Ground Zero

Being WTC master planner is like being a conductor in an orchestra, says Libeskind. Events | Interview