For the visualization of the dramaturgical elements, the characteristics of the respective formal language are to be collected and analyzed. A sensitive interpretation emerges through the interplay between the spirit of the place and its motifs, which have a current relationship. The spirit of the place is thus always brought to life with every reinterpretation of history. The vast dimensions of the space must be filled with life in order to create a believable illusion.
A bunker from the time of National Socialism can be found in the Berliner Strasse, just as it is spread across Bremen as a whole. The architecture is pragmatic. It is fascinating and depressing in its functionality - both aesthetically pleasing and ugly at the same time. This impression is also underlined by the dense growth of ivy on the outside, which makes the bunker friendly and warm. In 2001, the bunker was bought by the state and housing for a small family was to be created. The commissioned architects wanted to maintain the existing oppositeness of the exterior and interior effects, but also to unite them.