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Jewish Museum, Munich

Massively impressive through lightness

BC: A special architectural ensemble constitutes a distinctive part of Munich’s city centre. The Jewish Centre, including the main synagogue and the museum, forms a unit in terms of design language. The all-glass curtain wall, which serves as a basis for the massive upper structure, adds a one-of-a-kind visual accent.

Factbox:

System:
rp tec 55-1 add-on steel curtain wall with rp tec 55-1SG structural glazing
Architect:
Wandel Hoefer Lorch Architekten, Saarbrücken
Execution:
Trube & Kings Fassadentechnik GmbH, Uersfeld
Client:
City of Munich
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