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This volume examines the architectural work of Daniel Libeskind and features sketches, plans, models and images of completed buildings. Jacques Derrida, Bernhard Schneider and Mark C. Taylor contribute essays. These identify Libeskind's place within the context of contemporary architecture and theory. A special section of notes and commentary from Libeskind reveals how his designs reflect the major themes of his personal life as well as his vision of the modern age.