Multinational design firm, Office Feuerman, in conjunction with Thomas DeMonchaux have shared with ArchDaily their proposal for the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial competition, Ascent/Aliyah. Additional images of their entry and a description of intention after the break.
English design firm, Amos Goldreich Architecture in conjunction with Nekton Studio have shared with ArchDaily their proposal for the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial competition. Additional images of their entry and a succinct architects description after the break.
Our friends from WORD [Warren Office for Research and Design] shared their proposal for the Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial. The competition, which attracted over 700 submissions, asked participants to use the existing seaside pavilion at Atlantic City, New Jersey to create a kind of public space that commemorates the Holocaust and continues to bring awareness to the horrific happenings. “Its purpose is to fix our collective memory, to bear witness, to embrace the ineffable sense of loss,” explained the competition brief. For the Harrow, WORD creates two drastically different environments offering a strong visual to understand the happenings of the Holocaust and a place to calmly reflect.
More images and more about the proposal after the break.