Studio Daniel Libeskind

Extension to the Felix Nussbaum Haus

Osnabrück, Germany

Location

Lotterstrasse 2
Osnabrück, Germany

Structure

dark grey plaster with black steel frames and lines

Architect of Record

ReindersArchitekten BDA

Cost & Site Supervision

Manager and Site Supervision: ReindersArchitekten BDA

Structural Engineer

Ingenieurbüro Dr. Ehlers – Unland Krämer-Evers Bauphysik GmbH & Co. KG

Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing Engineer

Jager + Partner, Beratende Ingenieure VBI

Landscape Architect

Lützow 7 - Müller & Wehberg

Lighting Designer

Studio Dinnebier

Windows

H. Klövekorn GmbH

Façade

F.F. Winter, Caementum Bau-Service-GmbH

Mechanical Systems

Jager + Partner

Electrical Systems

Stadt Osnabrück, Mr. Siepker Elektro A. Große-Wördemann GmbH & Co. KG

Status

Completed

Completion Date

2011

Project Brief

The Felix Nussbaum Haus originally designed by Daniel Libeskind in 1998, was his first completed project. The new Libeskind extension opened in May 2011 and provides an entrance hall with museum shop as well as learning center on the upper floor.

Attached to the Kunstgeschichtliche Museum and connected to the FNH by a glass bridge it transforms the existing buildings into a cohesive complex with the new extension acting as a gateway. As a part of the transformation, the 2,000 square meter lower floor of the KGM has been redesigned to include a flexible lecture hall and event space, caterings facilities, cloak rooms and restrooms for both buildings.