The Meier Menorah

Other
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
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From left to right, the candleholders represent the biblical expulsions from Egypt (the obelisk); Roman Palestine (Hadrian's victory column); France (1310); England (1290); the Spanish Inquisition (1492); the emancipation of Jews in Vienna (1890); pogroms in Russia (c. 1900); and the concentration camps in Germany during WWII.

Starchitect Richard Meier is now in the Judaica business, sort of. He recently designed a limited edition menorah and series of mezuzahs for The Jewish Museum in New York. The menorah is based on the Meier Lamp, a piece that was originally commissioned by the Israel Museum in 1985. And just in time for Hanukkah (which begins December 1st), this limited edition menorah can be purchased through The Jewish Museum Shop.

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High Tech Holidays

Midwest
Monday, December 14, 2009
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(images courtesy SOM)

The Chicago office of SOM has designed a modern take on the menorah, which recently took top prize in a charity competition sponsored by Steelcase. The solid wax menorah, which was created by Colin Gorsuch, burns so that the eight inch square frame is revealed with the passing of each night of Chanukkah. Read More

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