After a global competition, Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind unveiled his master plan for the rebirth of ground zero.
From his college days in the U.S. to a diabolical suicide-bomber recruiter, who is the man known as the architect of al Qaeda?
He fired the architect, who also sued him for defamation, and the jail was built for $32 million, saving the county $14 million.
She let the museum pick the architect; she let the museum do the work.
Then again, he has a few things in common with the man President Bush called “The architect.”
His banker's accounts, his architect's estimates, his solicitor's statements, were all brought forward and discussed.
There can be no duty to pay until the architect is satisfied.
We imagined that the architect of this house had received a similar order.
On one of the stones of the house, he read the words: "Destange, architect, 1874."
Have you ideas on the subject of architecture that you so desire to become an architect?