Studio Omniplan, located in Texas, has covered the Holocaust museum in Dallas with a copper crown to speak up for all the ones who fought against injustices during hard times.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum (DHHRM) incorporates three stories on in the West End district.

Omniplan made the structure in a U-shape around an open-air yard. The studio utilized iron spot bricks to frame most of its 4859 sqm exhibition hall, while the upper floors are clad with a golden red copper crown.

DHHRM purpose is to raise awareness about human rights, also by teaching about the Holocaust.

The upper bit of the structure is isolated from the base utilizing a recessed light that proceeds around the structure’s edge.

The copper, which will normally weather after some time, symbolizes the strength of the ones that went through pain because of discrimination and prejudice.