Like its big brothers in Rotterdam, Hamburg, London and Genoa, Münster's canal harbour (released from servitude) is in the process of becoming a new urban quarter. With a bar and café mile, it is a melancholic, post-industrial hangout for artists and architects. No. 14 and no. 16, like their warehouse predecessors, are ambivalent as to exactly what goods or activities they host. Deep (22m) loft plans facilitate a multitude of layouts. The façades on the other hand are specific and character giving (text from website architects).
How to get there?
From the back exit of Münster Hauptbahnhof, turn right on Bremer Straße. Turn left on the crossing with Hansaring and take the first street to the right. At the end of this street you will find Hafenweg. You will notice the building with a wide cantilevering bay.