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When Architecture Pays Tribute to Tragedy

By way of illustration, architecture magazine Dezeen reports master builder Daniel Libeskind saying that architecture is "a field of repression" and that those who practice that art need to make “more confrontational buildings." Clearly he’s smarting from bad press for his Jewish Museum Berlin design faulting him for the building’s jagged and pointy shape. Defending it to Dezeen, he said, “When you look at the ... Read more