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from Architectural Digest

14 Forward Thinking Buildings by Daniel Libeskind

Named the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, this steel-clad addition to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto was completed in 2007. The stunning structure contains exhibition space, an atrium that serves as a visitor entrance, a gift shop, and three restaurants within its crystalline form. Studio Libeskind also renovated an additional ten galleries in the museum’s old building as part of this project.

https://flic.kr/p/5jpo9J | The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto (IMGP4994) | Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. The magnificent glass and aluminium-clad addition designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind and named after the lead donor of the museum's renovation project. The crysyal is designed to have no right-angles.

from Architectural Digest

14 Forward Thinking Buildings by Daniel Libeskind

Named the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, this steel-clad addition to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto was completed in 2007. The stunning structure contains exhibition space, an atrium that serves as a visitor entrance, a gift shop, and three restaurants within its crystalline form. Studio Libeskind also renovated an additional ten galleries in the museum’s old building as part of this project.

Deconstructivism in Architecture – Metamorphoses of Reality | Cruzine This a great example of deconstructivism! There is a heavy use of geometric shapes, but they are manipulated in to interesting forms that are functional & highly visually pleasing.

The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal by Daniel Libeskinda and Bregman+Hamann Architects (2007) is an ultra-modern, aluminum and glass, 100,000 sq ft extension to the historical Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.

The Royal Ontario Museum project set out to renovate ten new galleries in the existing historical building and creating an extension to the museum, now called the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal.

This Royal Ontario Museum project entails renovating ten new galleries in the existing historical building and creating an extension to the museum: the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal. The new extension provides dynamic new architecture, the creation of a ...