Internationally Renowned Architect Daniel Libeskind Launches Master Plan for Grand Canal Square
Studio Daniel Libeskind has designed a new theatre and two superb new office buildings at Grand Canal Square. The diamond shaped West End-style 2,000 seater theatre is the centrepiece of the scheme, which is currently under construction by Sisk builders and due to be completed by 2010. The theatre is complemented by 380,000 sq ft of adjacent luxury office suites – Number 2, Number 4 and Number 5, Grand Canal Square all arranged around the Marta Schwartz Square. Each office building enjoys its own distinct profile and identity with striking sculptured shapes and a high performance doubled layered glass façade.
Join us on Friday 5th Oct, when we catch up with Daniel Libeskind for an exclusive WAN interview.
About Daniel Libeskind:
Daniel Libeskind is one of the most significant architects working in the world today. His practice extends from building major cultural and commercial institutions, including museums and concert halls, to convention centres, universities and hotels, as well as landscape and urban projects, installations and exhibitions. His many successes, include the Jewish Museum Berlin, the Imperial War Museum Manchester, the Denver Art Museum in Colorado and the selection of Memory Foundations, his design study master site plan, for the rebuilding of the World Trade Center Site in New York City.