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World Trade Center architect at UB this week

Acclaimed architect Daniel Libeskind is speaking at the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Hayes 403 on the South Campus, Main Street.

The lecture will focus on Libeskind's current projects, along with his thoughts on the practice of architecture and the education of architects.

Libeskind is known globally for works such as the Jewish Museum Berlin, the World Trade Center Master Plan and the extension to the Denver Art Museum.

The career of Libeskind, who was born to Holocaust survivors in a homeless shelter in Lodz, Poland and grew up in the Bronx, is celebrated in a new coffee table-sized book, "Edge For All," published by Clarkson Potter.


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