Russian-Jewish Museum of Tolerance

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Russian-Jewish Museum of Tolerance

Grafts’ renovation and expansion of the 1927 Konstantin Melnikov’s bus depot will transform the space into the world’s largest Jewish museum. 

The existing Jewish community center in Moscow contains several Jewish institutions, such as a yeshiva and a university, yet the addition of Grafts’ museum will be the final piece in completing this cultural space.   The museum, which will include a library, a center for Judaic studies and conference rooms, will commemorate Russian-Jewish history and include galleries of Jewish art. Graft Architects will preserve the landmark garage building while making the interior compatible for contemporary museum expositions. The exterior of the structure will remain…...


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