Designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind, Felix Nussbaum Haus is located in Osnabrück, Germany. Dedicated to the work of German-Jewish painter Felix Nussbaum, the Museum displays a chronological stream of works by the artist. The oak portion hosts compositions created before World War II, the concrete unit intersecting the first displays pieces composed which Nussbaum was in hiding from the Nazis, and the third, metal volume exhibits paintings recently uncovered.
The extension to this suggestive museum acts a gateway to the complex and merges the inflow of visitors with that of the neighbouring Osnabrück Cultural and History Museum through an enclosed glass entranceway. This joint access route is combined with an irregular new façade which refreshes the external appearance of the existing 13 year old volume.