Bloomfield Science Museum

Museum Complex, Jerusalem, 1991 (part A), 2001 (part B)

The museum designed for science related activities, was built in 3 stages with total area of 9,500 sq meters. It is built of concrete with stone veneer, and glass curtain walls and steel space frame.

The interior of the museum is built with wings and different spaces for exhibits and group activities for visitors. The spaces are connected with steel bridges and pathways.

The building construction, including the concrete frame and the roofs, was planned for hanging different displays, depending on the nature of the exhibits and the topics that are presented in the museum.

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