Interviews with persons linked up to the WuWA estate

The WuWA housing estate is a unique complex of cultural heritage on a world scale, therefore its protection and preservation are of top priority.But nowadays it is no longer simply an exhibition area. Above all WuWA is a place to live and to work. Keeping the right balance between its promotion and the needs of its inhabitants is one of the key challenges of the future.
How does it feel to live and to work in a historic monument? How do the inhabitants of today think about the houses they are living in? We asked the residents, but also people professionally linked up to the WuWA estate.
The interviews were conducted by Grażyna Hryncewicz-Lamber.