The Jewish Museum, London

Previously the Jewish Museum occupied a series of terraced houses in Camden. The museum expanded a building at the rear which was a Victorian Piano factory. The scheme involved major structural alterations to accommodate new access routes between the buildings, a new feature staircase fabricated from folded steel plate, specialised services and a new secure entrance. The expansion allows articles, including a large archive of Holocaust photographs and pieces which have been in storage for years to be properly displayed.

Completed 2010.

Client
The Trustees of The Jewish Museum

Architect
Long & Kentish

Value
£4.3m

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