Genre: Talk with live subtitling
One of the pre-eminent architects of his generation, Daniel Libeskind became a household name after the 1999 opening of his iconic Jewish Museum in Berlin.
His architectural approach to memory, meaning and spirituality, has been explored in countless projects, including the master-planning for the rebuilding of New York’s World Trade Centre.
In conversation with Samira Ahmed of BBC Radio 4’s Front Row he discusses his fascinating life and work so far.
Please book on the website link below. Tickets are £15.00. Concessions are often available.
Phone: 020 7433 8988
Website: JW3 (Libeskind)