Royal Ontario Museum Extension by Daniel Libeskind

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On June 2, the Royal Ontario Museum inaugurated the new addition projected by Daniel Libeskind, the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal.

The new extension provides dynamic new architecture, the creation of a great public attraction and 9.000 square meters of new exhibition space. Located on one of the most prominent intersections in downtown Toronto, Canada, the museum becomes a dynamic center for the city.

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7 thoughts on “Royal Ontario Museum Extension by Daniel Libeskind

  1. i think the royal ontario is very individual, it looks like it will fall down if you step inside it. i would be scared to look out the wimdows once inside haha. :) x

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