Daedalus

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(Greek mythology) an Athenian inventor who built the labyrinth of Minos

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(29) See Gernot Bohme, "Atmosphere as an Aesthetic Concept," Daidalos 68 (1998): 114.
Morris, Sarah (1992), Daidalos and the Origins of Greek Art.
Missing Pioneer daidalos 27 Lichtarchitektur, in The Architecture of Light.
(11.) Jurgen Joedicke, "The Ramp as Architectonic Promenade in Le Corbusier's Work," Daidalos 12 (1984): 104.
Sernhede (eds.), Youth, Otherness and the Plural City: Modes of Belonging and Social Life, Riga, Daidalos.
It has also been proposed that it represents the legendary master craftsman Daidalos, who built the labyrinth at Knossos, or even the famous 5th-century BC Athenian sculptor Pheidias, creator of the chryselephantine cult statue of Zeus at Olympia and master craftsman of the sculptures of the Parthenon on the Athenian Acropolis.