This striking architectural feature of the city landscape was designed by famed architect Daniel Liebeskind. Not only is the building itself worth a visit, a wealth of high-end shopping and eating experiences is contained therein. Gastronomy includes Sansibar, connected to the Breuninger department store, offering specialities from the isle of Sylt, and Italian restaurant Palio Poccino, as well as patisseries and an espresso bar. Shops include Apple, Tesla, Breuninger, Unique, and Porsche Design.
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Media Harbor Düsseldorf
Düsseldorf’s ‘MedienHafen’ is a converted harbour area, where old warehouses have been rewired and refurbished by architects like Frank Gehry, David Chipperfield and Claude Vasconi. This art and media centre is home to several galleries, upscale restaurants and clubs. Several tours are available, on foot, segway, rickshaw or raft.
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Julia Stoschek Collection
This private contemporary art collection focuses on time-based artworks. Exhibitions are drawn from the collection, and effort is made to draw connections between works in the collection and art historical references and context. Check their calendar for openings, tours and events.
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