Time is not circular: it veers sharply to mark the event as unexpected– As the clock itself.” Daniel Libeskind
One of the most active and lively Architect at the beginning of this century internationally, Daniel Libeskind has also become known to the general public of non-experts as the winner of the 2003 competition to rebuild the World Trade Center in New York. His keen interest in the notion of time is reflected in some of his most iconic projects such as the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Royal Ontario Museum in Canada as well as the master plan for the World Trade Center.
The “Time Maze” clock apparently challenge the notion of time: “time is not linear; nor it is circular; time is a maze of hidden connections and pleasant interactions”.
“Time Maze” is made of steel and is presented in a special shade of red that has become his classic signature.