Re: Re: Cork 2005: Daniel Libeskind Lecture ‘memory Foundation’
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The Cork 2005 Daniel Libeskind lecture ‘Memory Foundation’ sponsored by Hamilton Osborne King has been booked out just 24 hours after tickets became available at the Cork Opera House yesterday.
One day after tickets became available for this free public lecture by internationally renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, as part of the Cork 2005 Architectural programme, all available tickets have been snapped up by the general public.
“We are thrilled with the response to what will be a fantastic event”, said Cork 2005 Deputy Director, Mary McCarthy. ‘Mr Libeskind is an exceptional and visionary architect and an energetic public speaker: the public’s response to his upcoming visit to Cork is testament to the vast appetite for and public interest in excellence in architecture and urban design”.
Hamilton Osborne King Director, Roger Flack, added “Hamilton Osborne King are delighted to be involved in bringing Mr. Libeskind to Cork for this public event. We are not surprised there is such a big demand for tickets as we know this will be a very inspiring and informative presentation from this world-famous architect currently involved in the re-design of Ground Zero”.
However, the public will have another opportunity to experience Mr Libeskindâ€™s work by visiting his incredible architectural structure, Eighteen Turns, which will be located in the splendid setting of Fota House and Gardens, Cork, from May to September 2005.