Daniel Libeskind: Jewish Museum, Berlin poster (landscape)


A large poster showing an elevation of Libeskind's design for the Jewish Museum, Berlin. 

Libeskind's website explains that the design, 'which was created a year before the Berlin Wall came down, was based on three insights:  it is impossible to understand the history of Berlin without understanding the enormous contributions made by its Jewish citizens; the meaning of the Holocaust must be integrated into the consciousness and memory of the city of Berlin; and, finally, for its future, the City of Berlin and the country of Germany must acknowledge the erasure of Jewish life in its history...' 

Approximate dimensions: 100cm x 47cm

About Daniel Libeskind

Polish born and Bronx-raised,  Daniel Libeskind is one of the greatest architects of our age. He is renowned for his ability to evoke cultural memory in buildings. Informed by a deep commitment to music, philosophy, literature, and poetry.