Rose Window is Lower East Side’s Newest Star

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Tuesday, November 30, 2010
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It’s official. The multi-decade restoration of the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue is now truly complete with the recent installation of the new rose window that we told you about last February.


Designed by architect Deborah Gans and artist Kiki Smith, this contemporary update of the Gothic staple employs cutting-edge lamination techniques, using silicone to fuse the colorful shards of glass. The result is stunning – the window appears to float above the sanctuary – and is a wonderful capstone to the award-winning restoration of a structure that has literally stood the test of time.

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