The temporary bar slash restaurant was located in a former canteen. The long bar, which you can see in the picture, was totally made of recycled worktops, probably collected in the building areas of the neighbourhood. Not only the interior was exciting, also the graphic design of the placemats and drip mats was delicious. Drip mats were meant to write ideas on.
Temporariness is something that serves the flexible city very well. A project like this can on its own contribute to positive developments of an entire city district. One of the important things in here is not directly to make it nice for just everyone (you will never succeed), but rather to attract cultural innovators. Get those people into the neighbourhood and all the rest follows.