Libeskind delivering 2010 Charles Atherton Memorial Lecture

Grand Canal Theatre - © Ros Kavanagh

Architect Daniel Libeskind (see his projects here) will discuss the symbolism and architectural expression of commemoration. The Charles H. Atherton Memorial Lecture is part of the National Building Museum Symposium “Power, Architecture and Politics: The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts and the Design of Washington”.

The lecture will take place next Wednesday, May 19 at the National Building Museum, 401 F Street NW Washington, DC from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. More information here.

Cite: "Libeskind delivering 2010 Charles Atherton Memorial Lecture" 09 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 19 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=59319>
  • Chiaro Scuro

    …that’s a shame.

  • Abdul

    They picked Libeskind? What’s that discredited moron got to say about architecture?

    • Chemo

      Watch Daniel Libeskind’s 17 words of architectural inspiration at TED.com and see what a genius Libeskind is in Architectural Theory and in the presentation of lectures. Daniel Libeskind is THE GENIUS

  • Asti

    After the screw ups in Toronto and Denver, I guess Libeskind won’t be discussing his experience with waterproof detailing!! LOL!!!

  • Emmet D

    Seems to be a wasted opportunity giving up the lecture to this has-been.

  • PK

    Libeskind??? Who cares about what he has to say? They should have picked someone whose architecture is relevant.

  • David D

    Should be good for a few laughs. It’s not like you can take him seriously.