On Monday, April 30, One World Trade Center officially became NYC’s tallest building, a distinction the Empire State Building has held since the the September 11 attacks in 2001. Daniel Libeskind’s One World Trade Center, soon to be home to Condé Nast and a slew of other businesses, is a model of starchitecture: attention-grabbing and glitzy like the structures that make up the imposing skylines of cities like Shanghai and Singapore.
Though his grand (and grandiose) scheme for the World Trade Center hasn't panned out as initially planned, yet Libeskind has nevertheless flipped his "brand" into a series of global, high-profile projects. Praising his efforts in... Read Post
He may have been shut out of the final World Trade Center designs, but original Ground Zero master planner Daniel Libeskind leveraged the publicity into a slew of high-profile projects elsewhere. Architectural genius or canny market... Read Post