Manchester Jewish Museum

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Manchester Jewish Museum By Citizens Design Bureau as Architects


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After almost a decade of planning and two years of closure, Manchester Jewish Museum is delighted to be finally reopening its doors this Friday, 2 July 2021. The new museum – situated in one of the city’s most multicultural areas of Cheetham Hill - explores universal experiences of journeys, communities and identities from the perspective of Manchester’s Jewish history. Its Grade II* listed synagogue building has been fully renovated and restored to serve both as a living artefact of an authentic Spanish and Portuguese  synagogue and as a stunning cultural space in which the museum will programme live…


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Project details
Location EnglandUnited Kingdom
Program Type Museum
Year Build completed in the year 2021
Tags Museums, Cultural
Involve Companies
Architects Citizens Design Bureau
Photographers Philip Vile
Consultants All Things Studio
Consultants Appleyard & Trew
Consultants Britain & Co
Project manager BuroFour
Engineers BuroHappold Engineering
Consultants Earnscliffe
Consultants H.H. Smith & Sons Co. Ltd
Consultants Kellenberger–White
Engineers Plann Engineering
Engineers Recclesia
Contractors Stone Central
Contractors Smithers Purslow
Product Spec Sheet
Element Brand Product
Roofing Sika
Cubic Facades Corten
Doors Shadbolt
Interior furniture Senetor

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