A new district for Bremen: the Überseeinsel is being built on the former Kellogg site. Here, streets become green strips, squares become living rooms and quarters become living spaces in which living, work, education and leisure take place next to, on top of and with each other. The water of the Weser and Bremen's stiff breeze provide them with energy. There won't be much space for cars, but instead for people. The architecture is reminiscent of the industrial history of the area and functionally thinks about tomorrow.
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