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July 28, 2010 9:07 pm

Ground Zero Architect to Design Berlin Structure

avatar by Joshua Freedman

Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum in Berlin. Photo: Daniel Libeskind.

The architect who won the bid to redesign the World Trade Center site in Manhattan has agreed to work on a $13 million extension to the Jewish Museum in Berlin – the building that helps make his famous. Daniel Libeskind’s new annexe is expected to comprise three cube structures housing archives, a library and classrooms. The museum, which opened in 2001, is known for its dramatic and widely-acclaimed architecture, with the main building shaped as a shattered Star of David.

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