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Optimistic vs. pessimistic. Radical vs. conservative. Complex vs. simple. These conflicts with the status quo were how Daniel Libeskind, the renowned architect who created the winning design for the new World Trade Center, described his work at a Nov. 4, 2009 presentation in Lewis Auditorium.
The talk was sponsored by the Department of Architecture in the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.