Munich’s Haus der Kunst, or House of Art, will undergo a £68 million (about $ 85 million) refurbishment, reviving the museum to its World War II state. London and Berlin–based David Chipperfield Architects will restore the exterior of the building and the surrounding landscape, including the removal of trees that hide the structure. The firm is facing negative reactions for its proposed plan from members of the Munich Institute of Contemporary History and the Council of Jews in Germany due to the historical controversy of the museum. Read more about the story at the Express.

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