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I’m doing a work about the Jewish Museum Berlin by Daniel Libeskind. I need to know the current form det concept of the museum. I know it is a principle of David broken but if someone could help me with any image or idea figures behind showing the form. Thank you.

You know what I found? Quotes: The building is very distinctive from other museums because it does not meet the functional requirements, but is built to create spaces that tell the story of the Jews in Germany.

Libeskind has also used the concepts of absence, emptiness, and the invisible-expressions of the disappearance of Jewish culture in the city, to design the building. The museum itself is a work of art, blurring the lines between architecture and sculpture.

The view from above is that of a zig-zag line, earning him the nickname “blitz”, German word for lightning. The main building is covered with zinc coating, and the windows are just lines crossing the surface in a random manner. These lines were created to connect different sites on a map of Berlin that are important to Jewish history.

This building does not have access to any street. The entrance is located in an adjacent building, a museum of the history of Germany, through a staircase and tunnel embedded in a concrete tower that runs through all floors of the German museum. This symbolizes that German and Jewish history are inseparable, violent and secret.

Jewish Museum Berlin, zig-zag viewed from above

The staircase leads to an underground place, consisting of three aisles, called axes: Death, leads to a concrete tower that is left empty, called The Holocaust Tower exile shaft, which leads to a exterior square courtyard composed of concrete columns and has tilted in one corner, called The Garden of Exile, and the axis of continuity, which passes through the other two hallways, representing the permanence of Jews in Germany despite the Holocaust and exile. This leads to a straight axis, which in turn leads to the main building.

Admission to the museum is intentionally difficult and time to instill in the visitor a sense of challenge and difficulty that is distinctive of Jewish history. One of the towers was called the memory gap for those affected by the Holocaust. Images: Tower Holocaust Museum Gaps refer to “what can not be displayed when it comes to Jewish Berlin history: Humanity reduced to ashes.” (Daniel Libeskind, 2000) groundplan: Front: EDIT **** Sorry. I forgot to add this. Read:% C3% BC + + + disches + Museum Berlin (Jewish Museum + + Berlin). Html www. -Daniel Libeskind. Com

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