San Francisco’s Jewish Museum unveiled the architectural plan for its new facility. The design was created by architect Daniel Liebeskind, perhaps best known for designing the Jewish Museum in Berlin. The new facility, slated to open in 2002 in a renovated power station, will include a large lobby dominated by metal letters that form the word “chai,” Hebrew for “life.”
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