Community Centre, the chief synagogue and the Jewish Museum of the City of Munich are a balanced ensemble, in their own autonomy formulated and across their spaces correlated. The synagogue, as the main building, is oriented towards east and stays free in the public space, with a closed stone base and a filigree glass steel construction rising from its centre.
While the base reminds metaphorically of the temple Salomons, staying symbolically for the constancy, as a portative shell surrounding the prayers room, the metal mesh, glass and the construction network of the lantern relates to the filigree, portative 'Stiftszelt' and the construction disbands in the transcendency the light. The lantern that offers views of the heavens has a dual effect. During the day light floods into the synagogue, filtered by the bronze, in the evening and the night the cube becomes an illuminated element.