Libeskind responds to Maze prison controversy
Daniel Libeskind has refuted claims his £18 million design for the Peace-building and Conflict Resolution Centre (PbCRC) at the former Maze Prison in Northern Ireland fails to acknowledge the complexity of attitudes towards the site, where 10 hunger strikers died in the 1980s
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