A new set of photographs of the recently opened Canadian National Holocaust Monument have been released and help give a better understanding of the Daniel Libeskind-designed space: how it sits in its surrounding landscape created by Claude Cormier, and what atmosphere the large-scale, photographic landscapes by Edward Burtynsky create inside the fortress-like exposed concrete structure.
We were able to publish an initial, limited set of images a few days ago, shortly after the monument opened, and it managed — not entirely unusual for a Libeskind project — to spark first reader comments.
For a more detailed project description click here; scroll down to see the new photographs of the monument.
All photographs courtesy of Studio Libeskind.
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