Right now, salvaging existing structures and making the most of old industrial buildings is big, particularly in major cities where space is at a premium and needs to be maximised. An old cotton factory in Leipzig, Germany is one of these – it is now an art and cultural centre. The slogan “From cotton to culture” underscores the redevelopment project of what was hailed – 130 years ago – as one of the biggest cotton mills in continental Europe Spinnerei. In 1907, 10 hectares in the western zone of Leipzig, Germany was earmarked for the construction of a cotton mill, but not only that – a whole neighbourhood was built for the factory workers and incl ...Read more
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