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|Title:||Conceptual diagrams in creative architectural practice: The case of Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum||Authors:||Doğan, Fehmi
Nersessian, Nancy J.
Izmir Institute of Technology. Architecture
|Issue Date:||Mar-2012||Publisher:||Cambridge University Press||Source:||Doğan, F., and Nersessian, N. J. (2012). Conceptual diagrams in creative architectural practice: The case of Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum. arq: Architectural Research Quarterly, 16(1), 14-27. doi:10.1017/S1359135512000255||Abstract:||The Jewish Museum in Berlin is the first major building of Daniel Libeskind [1,2]. The project for the museum has instigated a wealth of discussions in architectural circles and achieved a rare status of attracting the attention of scholars from other disciplines. Kurt W. Forster put the design for the Jewish Museum on a par with Piranesi's Carceri d'Invenzione, an unusual position for any building since very rarely does an architectural design ‘[…] bear this double burden of representing both actual buildings and mental structures, and which therefore have to submit to being measured by both standards: the durability of their ideas and the imaginative faculty of their designer.’||URI:||http://doi.org/10.1017/S1359135512000255
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