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DESTINATION: GERMANY; Tracing the empathy of an architect; Jewish Museum and Felix Nussbaum House illustrate the talent of Daniel Libeskind, who is redesigning the World Trade Center site.
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Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Tourism -- Germany; Architecture
Author: Meisler, Stanley
Date: Apr 6, 2003
Start Page: L.8
Section: Travel; Part L; Features Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

SYMBOLIST: [Daniel Libeskind] is known for design that refers to a building's meaning, purpose.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Mario Tama Getty Images; Memorial: Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum Berlin, patterned after " a compressed and distorted" Star of David, receives an average of 2,000 visitors a day.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Bitter and Bredt photography Studio Libeskind; WALLED IN: Long corridors and empty spaces are a disquieting feature at the Jewish Museum Berlin.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Bitter and Bredt photography Studio Libeskind; REMEMBERING AN ARTIST: The Felix Nussbaum House in Osnabruck, Germany, opened in 1998.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Courtesy of the city of Osnabruck, Germany; Two museums show off the work of Daniel Libeskind, who will redesign the World Trade Center site.; GRAPHIC: MAP: Libeskind masterworks

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