The Museum of Tolerance, Jerusalem

The complex and challenging Museum of Tolerance project, in which we developed and implemented a unique glass facade to give the building an iconic look and establish it as one of Jerusalem’s most significant cultural centers.

The project included steel profiles in a special T-laser welding section, 11.5 meters high and aluminum curtain walls system with pillars in similar sections, to create a matching look and high aesthetics for both systems.

Glazed with large glass panels 2.1/6 meters in size, weighing 1,000 kg each, combining a solar control layer with customized digital printing, curved glass rails, skylight, and special glass works.

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Monument of tolerance at a complex city of Jerusalem.

Published: 06.01.20
a monument of tolerance in the world's complex city 20 years since it announced, the Ambitious tolerance Museum project will open its doors soon. Watch the video Donated by: Simon Wiesenthal center | Architecture: chyutin architects, AEDAS (USA)| Aluminum consultant: ARUP
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Design: Basman/Tenenbaum Development: Binternet