National Holocaust Monument

National Holocaust Monument

Lighting for Canada’s National Holocaust Monument combines with its 30 to 40-foot-tall concrete walls to create a visual experience that unfolds as patrons journey throughout each space. The design takes a considered approach that marries the immense architectural language with an intimate and comfortable environment. Strategic use of indirect sources allows light to emanate from architectural features without distracting from the viewer’s experience.

Location: Ottawa, Canada
Client: National Capital Commission 
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind 
Photographer: JP Lira

National Holocaust Monument

National Holocaust Monument

Lighting for Canada’s National Holocaust Monument combines with its 30 to 40-foot-tall concrete walls to create a visual experience that unfolds as patrons journey throughout each space. The design takes a considered approach that marries the immense architectural language with an intimate and comfortable environment. Strategic use of indirect sources allows light to emanate from architectural features without distracting from the viewer’s experience.

Location: Ottawa, Canada
Client: National Capital Commission 
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind 
Photographer: JP Lira

National Holocaust Monument

National Holocaust Monument

Lighting for Canada’s National Holocaust Monument combines with its 30 to 40-foot-tall concrete walls to create a visual experience that unfolds as patrons journey throughout each space. The design takes a considered approach that marries the immense architectural language with an intimate and comfortable environment. Strategic use of indirect sources allows light to emanate from architectural features without distracting from the viewer’s experience.

Location: Ottawa, Canada
Client: National Capital Commission 
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind 
Photographer: JP Lira

National Holocaust Monument

National Holocaust Monument

Lighting for Canada’s National Holocaust Monument combines with its 30 to 40-foot-tall concrete walls to create a visual experience that unfolds as patrons journey throughout each space. The design takes a considered approach that marries the immense architectural language with an intimate and comfortable environment. Strategic use of indirect sources allows light to emanate from architectural features without distracting from the viewer’s experience.

Location: Ottawa, Canada
Client: National Capital Commission 
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind 
Photographer: JP Lira

National Holocaust Monument

National Holocaust Monument

Lighting for Canada’s National Holocaust Monument combines with its 30 to 40-foot-tall concrete walls to create a visual experience that unfolds as patrons journey throughout each space. The design takes a considered approach that marries the immense architectural language with an intimate and comfortable environment. Strategic use of indirect sources allows light to emanate from architectural features without distracting from the viewer’s experience.

Location: Ottawa, Canada
Client: National Capital Commission 
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind 
Photographer: JP Lira

National Holocaust Monument

National Holocaust Monument

Lighting for Canada’s National Holocaust Monument combines with its 30 to 40-foot-tall concrete walls to create a visual experience that unfolds as patrons journey throughout each space. The design takes a considered approach that marries the immense architectural language with an intimate and comfortable environment. Strategic use of indirect sources allows light to emanate from architectural features without distracting from the viewer’s experience.

Location: Ottawa, Canada
Client: National Capital Commission 
Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind 
Photographer: JP Lira