Libeskind

Arquitectura

¿Como se ha atrevido? Menudo coraje el de Daniel Libeskind. No ha habido intento de respetar la estructura original del museo de historia militar de Dresden del 1897, todo lo contrario. Libeskind dice en su web que desde el principio ha querido transformar el edificio. ¿Como? Pues partiendolo en dos por una enorme cuña que rompe con estilo, simetría, materiales y esencia de la obra original.

Claramente es una declaración por parte de Libeskind, cuyos padres, judios polacos, sobrevivieron el Holocausto. La obra me duele, me parece siniestra, agresiva, sentimental y muy atractiva. Sentimientos mixtos por no decir más…

How did he dare? Bold guy that Libeskind. There has been no intent to respect the original building of the Dresden Military History Museum from 1897, on the contrary. Libeskind says in his statement that from the start he wanted to transform the building. How? Well, by splitting it in two by an enormous wedge, breaking with style, symmetry, materials, and essence of the existing work. This is clearly a statement from Libeskind, who’s parents are jews who survived the Holocaust. This piece of architecture hurts my eyes, it seems sinister, aggressive, sentimental, yet it is very attractive. It leaves me with mixed feelings, to say the least!

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