The little ‘tate modern’ of us – IZiG in Landfriedkomplex, Hd

die alte Fabrik

 

Last month was opened in Heidelberg, Germany, a new Intercultural Center – IZiG – with the double proposal to put together ideas from the migrants who live in the city, and of course to help in the process of integration.

The center, that was a tobacco factory in the past, will host exhibitions, and an office will be opened regularly to offer services to the migrants. At the first floor you will find a permanent collection of old machines used to process tobacco leaves.

The similarity with the tate modern museum in London is due to the red brick of which the building is made, and also to the use the building is designed to have.

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