The Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin was designed by Daniel Libeskind and represents an extension of the main building. Located in the former central flower market hall, it enables the Jewish Museum Berlin to proceed with the expansion of its work aggregating the library, archive and museum education activity’s under one roof, the museum is planning a new area of focus – migration, integration, and cultural diversity in a multiethnic society.
A tilted cube penetrates the outer wall of the hall creating a counterpart to the Jewish Museum Berlin main entrance and the Extension building. The shape and design of the cube forms an aesthetic connection to the JMB’s Garden of Exile as well as the Glass Court.