New life in an old film studio
For decades, the celluloid dreams produced on the grounds of the south Berlin UFA film lab were banned. The building was slated to be demolished in 1979, but was eventually saved in order to create the International Cultural Center ufaFabrik Berlin, the most unique work/life project in all of Europe. On its 18,566 square metres of land, 200 employees and around 30 residents work around the clock to bring harmony and meaning to issues such as housing, employment, cultural events, creativity, and other social areas of life.
Various new and unconventional ideas have since been implemented including; ecological pilot projects, energy efficient buildings, innovative community concepts, and social networks for people of all ages, families, and neighbourhoods.
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