Jewish Museum extension by Long & Kentish in Camden Town, London

The new orientation gallery, History: a British Story, created in the ground floor of the 1994 extension.

Source: Peter Durant

The Jewish Museum has been skilfully expanded with the addition of a converted piano factory at the building’s rear, but was it wise to persist with such an understated site?

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