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The Glass Courtyard at the Jewish Museum Berlin was built by the architect Daniel Libeskind in 2007. The glass roof covers the 670 m² U-shaped courtyard of the baroque Old Building — the former Collegienhaus — and is supported by four freestanding bundles of steel pillars. The structure of a tree was the inspiration for the supporting pillars which extend into the roof forming a steel network. Daniel Libeskind based his design on the Jewish holiday Sukkot, named after the huts the Israelites lived in as they wandered the desert after escaping slavery in Egypt.
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