Yesterday I revisited one of my favorite buildings, Daniel Libeskind’s Jewish Museum in Berlin. The last time I was here, the building was complete, but empty. Like many, I liked it better as empty space, but I understand that they did not build this building to let it sit empty. Overall, I thought the exhibits worked pretty well with the architecture. The building still maintains a presence, but in a few places the mezzanine levels they added are a bit much. The exhibits do help connect the building to the history of German Judaism, and this building remains one of my favorites.