United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Finegold Alexander served as associate architect, with Pei Cobb Freed and Partners, for the design of this major museum on the Washington Mall. The firm’s work included programming and feasibility studies, site analysis, developing concept models for a variety of design approaches, managing the approvals process, collaboration on the final design, and construction administration for the museum. Finegold Alexander worked closely with the exhibit designers to develop an integrated concept of architecture and exhibit design. Finegold Alexander also converted the adjacent Annex III (Auditors West Outbuilding) for use as the US Holocaust Memorial Museum Center for Education and Public Programs.
Photo credits: fifth photo in lightbox (lobby space) by AgnosticPreachersKid / CC BY-SA; seventh photo in lightbox (etched glass) by Cumulus Clouds / CC BY-SA; final photo in lightbox (Think About What You Saw) by AgnosticPreachersKid / CC BY-SA; photo licenses here: (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)
Since its dedication in 1993, the Museum has welcomed more than 40 million visitors, including 99 heads of state and more than ten million school-age children.