Jewish Contemporary Museum San Francisco by Daniel Libeskind opening

The Jewish Contemporary Museum by we published some weeks ago opened this Sunday, and Fernando Herrera sent us a complete set of photos of the opening.

Now we can take a deeper look at the interiors and details of this remodelation of an old power plant adjacent to the Yerba Buena park in , an area with great public spaces.

Photos and plans after the break.

Longitudinal Section

1st floor plan

Cite: "Jewish Contemporary Museum San Francisco by Daniel Libeskind opening" 10 Jun 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=2113>
  • David

    Mr Daniels the only real project is Jewish Museum in Berlin, thats masterpiece, but this one …. boring, all the time same

  • Chris

    Meh. I guess he’s only got one building in him, over and over.

  • Daniel

    I agree, this is the most amazing building on the planet.

  • Marcello Mastroiani

    Libeskind is a mediocre,lover of plagiate ( see new wtc and Looyd Wright’s “mile tower” and others). A cynical poorly gifted marketing created persona sponsorised by more than doubtful people. His always big big money and financially oppaque projects are usually pushed by lobbies. An “architect” that simply do not deserve any public attention and has it only by people with no culture of the past and even less of the present. He should be erased from books.

  • RY

    From the picture it is boring, but sometimes pictures tell a lie. I hope…

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