Jewish Museum in Berlin designed by the Architect Daniel Libeskind
The Jewish Museum was designed by Daniel Libeskind and completed in 1999. It is shaped like a bolt of lightening. The main surface is made of zinc plating. The window spaces appear to be random slits and openings in the facade of the building. It can be quite disorientating inside and was stark during my visit around the time of its opening.
Image © Bip Mistry