"Meaning and Memory" at Ground Zero

Architect Daniel Libeskind discusses his plans for the site where the Twin Towers once stood

Aside from architecture students, few Americans had heard of Daniel Libeskind when two hijacked jetliners destroyed New York's World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. But his obscurity quickly faded after Studio Libeskind won the competition to redesign the devastated site with a plan that included the 1,776-foot Freedom Tower, scheduled to break ground this fall.

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