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JMBiläum / 10 years Jewish Museum Berlin

JMBiläum

Discipline: Interior Architecture

JMBiläum
JMBiläum
JMBiläum
JMBiläum
JMBiläum
JMBiläum

Discipline: Interior Architecture

The stage is like a window that opens the view to the construction site of the future Academy of the Jewish Museum. The composition of triangular shapes is derived from the Star of David and arranged to form the Roman numeral for 10, marking the museum’s first decade. The projection screens bridged the audience’s views to the background and contained photographs from the past ten years of exhibitions and events. The staging evolves a media-architectonic timeline, which points from the past to the future.

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Jüdisches Museum Berlin

Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Berlin, Germany

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Banozic Architecture|Scenography

Banozic Architecture | Scenography
Frankfurt a. M., Germany

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VOK DAMS GRUPPE

VOK DAMS Agentur für Events und Live-Marketing
Berlin, Germany

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Daniel Bandke

Daniel Bandke
Berlin, Germany