Through Architectural Eyes
Tour for Adults Exploring the Architecture of the Libeskind Building
The postmodern architecture of Daniel Libeskind, with its references to German-Jewish history, creates a distinctive experience of space at the Jewish Museum Berlin.
The walls are tilted, the floor on an incline. The building looks different from other museums. The buildings shape and use of materials are poignant and evocative.
We discuss your perceptions of the architecture and decode Daniel Libeskind’s underlying concept. Take part in a playful and sensory interpretation of the museum’s angles, inclines, and voids.