The Washington Monument is home to a couple of notable symbols.
Its centerpiece, a granite statue of a man kneeling on a hilltop, is a testament to a long-standing tradition of worship in Washington.
But the Monument also contains a number of other significant elements, including a home for a Jewish community and an ornate sanctuary that can be seen from space.
As part of the design for a new home for the Jewish Community Center, the city asked architects to reimagine these elements.
“The house is a kind of symbol for the whole Jewish community in the city of Washington,” said Daniel Lubetzky, an associate professor at the University of Washington and the architect of the home.
The house will have a number and a number that are not necessarily the same as the names of the people who live in it, Lubetzki said.
But they’re there.
“There’s a lot of symbolism in it,” he said.
“I would describe the house as a kind-of home altar.”
What the architects did with the home’s centerpiece is not uncommon in American architecture, Lubetsky said.
In the U.S., the home where the Jewish community is based is known as the Temple Mount, a sacred site for Jews and Muslims.
In Judaism, the Temple is where Jews pray, while in Islam, the site is known for a mosque.
The temple’s significance has been debated for decades.
Lubetski and his colleagues wanted to make a design that would reflect the spirit of the Jewish tradition and also reflect the neighborhood and the Jewish population.
The architects, who also include Robert D. Kaplan and Benjamin Zimler, came up with the design as a way to honor the historical context of the building, which was built in 1890 and was the site of the Temple.
The structure is built around a circular courtyard with a steeply sloping roof.
The design incorporates a large marble-clad sanctuary that is located on the outside of the house and inside.
“This is a way of showing the significance of the site,” Lubetzkies said.
The home, which will be called the House of David, will be home to several programs and events, including the opening of a new restaurant and the renovation of the Washington Convention Center, which includes the Capitol Dome.
The project was funded through the Jewish Federations Community Development Fund and the Federal Housing Administration.
The new home will be on the site where the Washington Monument once stood.
The architect said he and the other architects were inspired by the Temple and the city’s history.
“We wanted to take these elements and create a design which would bring it to life,” Lubetskies said, adding that the architects wanted to be respectful of the local Jewish community.
“To me, the design is very much about a sense of place,” he explained.
The interior of the new home has been decorated with the symbols of the city and Jewish people, and the building will feature a large mural of Jewish men and women.
A new sculpture will be placed on the front lawn, which is part of an installation of American Jewish art that features the cityscape and historic buildings.
The mural was created by Jewish artists including David Grossman and Robert Minkoff.
The work is scheduled to open for public viewing on Friday, and Lubetssky said he hopes the work will draw people to the neighborhood.
“That’s our mission: that it is a place where we are able to celebrate Jewish life in this city,” Lubansky said.