Another perspective on the Contemporary Jewish Museum here in San Francisco. You can see my previous photo from about one year earlier.
an interesting shot!
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Looks like tumbling down glass blocks preempting any earthquakes 😉 Happy WW
It’s very modern and I like the concept and the color used 🙂
Unique architectural of the museum 🙂
That is one cool building! I’ll have to see it next time we travel to San Francisco (whenever that may be, our relatives there are now spending 6 months a year in Hawaii – lucky for them but wayyyyy too far for us unfortunately).
That is a great shot. I like the new and old (structures) within the picture.
Nice angle of the museum! If I ever get to San Francisco I’ll have to go look at it.
It looks very modern to me compared to the buildings around. It’s a pity that nowhere architecture is respected. They just put old and new together.
Old and modern structure bind together?what a classic and artistic scenery…
I actually like seeing the modern architecture right next to the more ornate styles!
I really like the blend of old and new. Although as a rowhome lover it always makes me sad to just see a lone one like in this picture–where did the rest of them go?
Will definitely have to check this out when I make it to SF. Happy WW!
I think that particular house is attached to the church. This is an old industrial/commercial neighborhood a block south of Market Street that has been redeveloped completely over the last couple of decades. Indeed, the CJM building itself is a 100-year-old (and mostly abandoned) power station. The original facade still exists, and the modern blue-glass extensions have been added. I think the blending of new and old in the building itself was done very tastefully, and it also is respectful of older neighboring buildings like the church.
A fascinating piece of atrchitecture. A major contrast to the older building
I like the new vs old theme in this pic 😉
That is certainly a big issue in our city.
Great architecture! Happy WW. :p
Mine are here and here.
It’s beautiful! And as always, your photography amazes me 🙂
The strength and wonder of this building are really awesome. I am amazed.
A perfect juxtaposition of the modern and the classic. I definitely prefer the classic building to the more modern one.
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