We live and work in the Warburg Ensemble, a series of 19th century townhouses that provide the conditions for hosting up to 35 fellows to work on collaborative projects. In addition to residential units, there are rooms for individual and group work, areas for public events, common dining rooms, a library, a public book store, artists’ studios, and a garden.
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and is home to the second largest harbor in Europe. Water is all over the city landscape, making Hamburg home to more bridges than any other city in the world. Hamburg has a vibrant cultural life with 50 museums, 45 theaters and about 100 music venues, including a world-renowned opera house. And yes, it’s true, residents of the city of Hamburg are called Hamburgers.