Studio Libeskind’s National Holocaust Monument Opens in Ottawa

Studio Libeskind has finished work on the National Holocaust Monument in Ottawa, Canada.

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Formed from six triangular cast-in-place volumes of exposed concrete, the monument takes the shape of the Star of David. Each form provides a different program area, including spaces for contemplation, historical interpretation, and gathering.

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Studio Libeskind collaborated with Burtynsky, Lord Cultural Resources, landscape architect Claude Cormier, and Holocaust scholar Doris Bergen to see the monument through to completion.

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