Jewish Museum Berlin

I recently moved to Berlin for a paid internship at a small Architecture firm. It’s my year out between the Bachelor and Masters degrees and it’s pretty important that I get some work experience. Once I moved to Berlin I didn’t hesitate to make use of the city’s architectural wealth and headed straight for one of my all-time favourite buildings: The Jewish Museum Berlin. If I’m honest, one of the many reason that I like this building so much is the ease with which one can take pretty nifty photos of it. This time I took some film cameras along and made the most of it.

I’d also like to say thank you to the staff of JWB, who were very accommodating to me bringing a tripod along once I explained that I was an architecture student, and they even let me inside an area that was closed off to the general public due to maintenance works.

Nikon D80, Sigma 10-20mm lens, Sigma 105mm f2.8mm Macro lens

Nikon FM, 50mm f1.4 lens.

Mamiya RB67, 90mm f3.8 lens.