News: Daniel Libeskind has spoken out against architects who create "morally questionable" buildings in undemocratic countries, calling on them to consider whether their projects are "legitimate". More
Daniel Libeskind has completed an education centre at the Jewish Museum Berlin, twelve years after the American architect completed his widely acclaimed extension (+ slideshow). More
Skyscrapers in Seoul: this skyscraper with a pointy midriff is the second of two stories about buildings designed for the Yongsan International Business District in Seoul, South Korea, by architect Daniel Libeskind. More
Skyscrapers in Seoul: the first of two stories about buildings that architect Daniel Libeskind has designed for the Yongsan International Business District that he masterplanned for Seoul, South Korea, features three towers inspired by the movements of a Korean Buddhist dance. More
Dezeen Wire: in his latest review for The Observer architecture critic Rowan Moore criticises Daniel Libeskind's angular five-storey extension to the Military History Museum in Dresden, stating that "something so large and conspicuous should surely be more than a gesture." More
New York architect Daniel Libeskind has driven a pointed steel and glass shard through the heart of the war museum in Dresden, which reopens on October 14 after a 22-year closure. Update 17/11/11: see a new set of photos in our later story. More
While we are on the subject, here are some recent photos of the nearly completed extension to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada by Daniel Libeskind. More
Architect Daniel Libeskind has unveiled Spirit House Chair, his first commercial furniture design.