Daniel Libeskind talks with his fans and the public after his lecture “The Language of Architecture” at Woodward Hall on Thursday evening. Libeskind spoke of the architectural designs that he has created during his career. Libeskind is known for his work as an architect, and designed “Memoria e Luce,” a 9/11 memorial in Italy, and One World Trade Center at the site of Ground Zero in New York City. Libeskind briefly spoke about the word “risk” as a word that architects dislike. “I think risk is important,” he said, “because without risk, nothing would happen in the world.”