Secure, yet overwhelmingly welcoming, with a strong focus on light and life against the shadow of the Holocaust. The new addition to the Melbourne Holocaust Museum – Australia’s largest institution dedicated to Holocaust education, research and remembrance – will build a long-term legacy for Melbourne’s survivor community.

Thoughtfully designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects (KTA), this incredibly moving space combines museum research, education and administration functions in a new facility. Importantly, the original heritage building on the south-east corner has been retained and seamlessly integrated within the new facade.

This seamless integration of old with new, and the building’s perfect balance between security and openness, sets this design apart.

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