10-03-2008

Daniel Libeskind's Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco

Daniel Libeskind,

Gallery, SPA, Auditorium, Offices, Ristoranti, Store,

Late this spring the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco will officially open the doors to 6 thousand square metres of new display space.



Daniel Libeskind's Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco The public enters the building through the grandiose historic electrical substation. On the ground floor, with a breathtaking view through the skylights, are the exhibition gallery, the auditorium, the convention hall, a training centre, a cafeteria, the museum store and the restaurant. The first floor contains a larger exhibition gallery, a special event space and administrative offices. On the underground floor are a warehouse and areas housing electrical and mechanical plants.
Almost 100 years after its construction, the historic building in the Yerba Buena cultural district is now open to visitors as a vital node for aggregation of Jewish culture, history and ideas, where people of all ages and backgrounds can meet to share points of view and enjoy art.
A multipurpose container, the city's beating heart, expressing the relationship between old and new, between tradition and innovation.

Lorella Ridenti

Location: San Francisco 736, Mission Street
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
Chronology: 1998 - 2008
Total surface area: 63,000 square metres

GALLERY


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