Daniel Libeskind, the internationally acclaimed architect, was the special guest at an exclusive conference held by S+Academy.
Among his extensive work, Daniel Libeskind has designed the Jewish museums in Berlin, San Francisco and Copenhagen and the Manchester Imperial War Museum. In New York, he was responsible for the reconversion of Ground Zero.
Therefore, the starting point of the talk was the central role of museums as a foundation of culture, in the preservation of memory and how architecture comes along in the process.
The audience, with many personalities from the fields of culture to business, was clearly captivated by Daniel Libeskind’s profoundly humanist vision.