Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind truly produces an extravagantly striking design of a crystal Christmas star that is to adorn the festive evergreen tree at New York's Rockefeller Center. The piece's spiky appearance is strongly accentuated by its luxurious materials. For the construction of the star, Daniel Libeskind used a total of three million Swarovski crystals. In addition to the exceptionally high-end composition, the crystal Christmas star also boasts 70 spiky light bulbs. The design is, without a doubt, highly complex.
Daniel Libeskind's piece has been installed on-site, keeping the tradition of the annual Rockefeller Christmas tree alive. This festive component for the art-deco plaza has been present since 1931. The official lighting ceremony is when people can truly extract the maximum experiential effect from Daniel Libeskind's crystal Christmas star and that will take place on November 28th.