3 comments on “Architecture: The largest museum in Germany, ampliation by Daniel Libeskind

  1. It’s terrible to see such a fine building destroyed just to satisfy Daniel Libeskind’s need for attention. A better architect would have been able to respond to the client’s requirements without destroying the cultural artifact that was there. Libeskind’s is such a lousy architect that he relies on his fallback position which is to create ugliness where he cannot provide beauty.

    • Totally disagree. It lifts the heart from all the old, hurtful history to allow a soaring spirit to arise. This is with faith in a fine future not a failed past. And it allows the lines and form of the old building to be seen more clearly by juxtaposition with the new.

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