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For us, that isn’t just about funding projects by young, talented urban artists. We also supply the artists with their canvas – in the form of walls from buildings in our residential portfolio. Die Dixons from Berlin Art Bang e.V., also known as the creators of the temporary art project The Haus and the Berlin Mural Fest, help us select the artists. With our commitment to neighbourhood art, we aim to promote young talent and help create a vibrant and diverse neighbourhood culture.

Projects we support:

  • The Stralsunder Sea Captain (stereoheat)
  • Meditation in the Chaos (Huariu)
  • A Beautiful Mind (TANK)
  • Astronaut/Cosmonaut (Ash)


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In December 2018, Berlin artist stereoheat created The Stralsunder Sea Captain at Stralsunder Straße 33 in the German capital’s Wedding district. Stereoheat is renowned on the urban art scene for his colourful and striking comic-style portraits.



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At Manteuffelstrasse, on the corner of Wrangelstrasse, in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district, Portuguese artist Huariu has presented an impressive work of urban art entitled ‘Meditation in the Chaos’ since November 2018. The expressive black-and-white portraits are this newcomer’s calling card. His murals can already be found in cities like Lisbon.


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Since September 2018, one wall of the building at Manteuffelstraße 12 in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district has been adorned with an impressive mural by Berlin artist TANK. The lady with the bird brightens up the building’s previously dreary-looking wall.


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Back in 2007, Parisian artist Victor Ash painted his astronaut/cosmonaut on the wall of a building in Kreuzberg’s Oranienstrasse, provided by GSW (part of Deutsche Wohnen since 2013). The massive image of an astronaut became one of Berlin’s best-known works of street art, and still fascinates people to this day. Paris-born Victor Ash, also known as ‘Ash’, lives and works in Copenhagen.