Daniel Libeskind uses 17 words to argue that architecture is a story; a story against improbability in this inspiring TED Talk.
This is a great construct for design and innovative thought. Some of the key themes which relate to the 10 City Bridge Run:
- You have to believe in the future to be a successful architecture.
- Design is visceral, not intellectual.
- Power comes from good design and through it leverage to transformation.
- It is about creating a space that has never been.
Watch the talk here:
Here are his 17 words. Listen to his description- well worth finding 19 minutes for this: