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The Quotable Daniel Libeskind

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In an interview with design journalist Saxon Henry, controversial starchitect Daniel Libeskind talks about "the emotionality of architecture": "When I begin a project, I think [...] about how every building needs love. That might sound trite but if you don't love what you're doing, if you don't love your involvement, or if you are simply doing a building for money, for fame or glory, or for the act of creating an abstraction, it's going to show." [Architizer]