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Tours through the new academy in the Eric F. Ross Building
 
24 November 2012


Planned academy entrance, Jewish Museum Berlin

The planned academy entrance at the Jewish Museum Berlin
© Architect Daniel Libeskind AG, Zurich, Rendering: bromsky

When

24 November 2012, 12.30 + 2 pm

Duration

1 hour

Meeting Point

Academy entrance

Admission

7 euros, reduced rate 5 euros

Bookings

Tel: +49 (0)30 259 93 305
fuehrungen[at]jmberlin.de

To mark the opening of the new academy, an architectural tour takes visitors around the re-designed hall of the former wholesale flower market. Visitors can witness first hand the house-in-house concept by architect Daniel Libeskind: The hall houses three cubes - an entrance cube, a library cube and an event cube - as well as other functional, restrainedly designed spaces in the large building. Use of the academy and the redesign of the square in front of it will also be considered.

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