Daniel Libeskind

Architect / United States / Studio Daniel Libeskind, Architect LLC

Daniel Libeskind’s Book List

The Prey of Unknown Zones —

The Pillage of the Sea

The Tabernacles of the Minds

That told the Truth to me —

 — Emily Dickinson

7 books
Pierre Cabanne

The best portrayal of freedom.

Leonardo da Vinci

A must for anyone seeking a reflection on both the seen and unseen.

F. T. Marinetti
Edited and with an introduction by R.W. Flint

The only manifestos that are still relevant for design—because the future is always just ahead. The most forward-thinking and relevant design manifestos. Includes Marinetti’s “The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism” (1909).

Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler

This was my first, and still favorite, art book—I bought it with all my savings. My favorite Cubist by far.

Vincent van Gogh

To design is to struggle. This collection of van Gogh’s letters are a lesson in loneliness in art. Truly relevant in this economy-obsessed era!

Francesco Colonna

Dreams and beauty of mystery with Early Renaissance woodcut illustrations. Eroticism and Constructivism combine in an Early Renaissance myth.

El Lissitzky

The wonders of red-white-black and fantastic composition with two squares! And meaning! You can become as smart a designer as a child of the revolution.

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