Master deconstruction, the main author of Jewish museums, the theorist of architecture, emotional passionate narrator Daniel Libeskind lives surprisingly simply.
His New York address is Tribeca, a loft on the sixth floor in the historic high-rise building of the former bank overlooking Ground Zero: the construction of the New World Trade Center Complex. Near now – Liberty Park and transport hub of Santiago Calatrava (2016). The New York spouse, Daniel and Nina, Libeskind, are encouraged to work on the most important project of the memorial complex in Manhattan. Libeskind was chosen as the main designer for the reconstruction of the World Trade Center, Studio Daniel Libeskind moved its headquarters from Berlin to New York. His former student, the architect Alexander Gorlin, helped to find the apartment.
"I was not offered to build in Moscow. You have an interesting architecture, with a great past, and it would be interesting to work here. In our environment, Moscow is a matter of as a city in which something is happening, true, no one can say what exactly. "
From the apartment of the main deconstructivist, even if it was performed not by the master himself, but by his pupil, many would have the right to expect strong emotions, some powerful impression. Nothing of the kind – all the premises are solved on a single principle: a neutral box with light walls of plasterboard, filled with icons of the XX century. Here, there is a cultivated floor lamp in the form of the spotlight of the photographer Fortuna, Palucco Italia, the work of Le Corbusier, the couch of Barcelona Misa van der Rohe (Knoll International), the chair of Eero Saarinen, the lamps of Ingo Maurer. No art on the walls, no bookshelves or shelves, there are also. The only solemn detail is the floor of the Tuscan gray sandstone.