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'DKB Campus' Art Project

Our Grade 3 students were invited by the DKB to take part in an art project for their new office building, which will be completed by the end of 2025 in Berlin's EuropaCity. The building is referred to as the 'DKB Campus' and focuses on sustainable operation.

Sustainability was also the presentation topic during the visit by Anja Speer and Alexander Hufnagel from the DKB. The Grade 3 students learned how the 'DKB Campus' will be operated sustainably and how the bank supports sustainable initiatives in Germany. In addition, the students learned what is planned for the day they get to visit the construction site.

Excited about their upcoming visit to the 'DKB Campus' construction site, our Grade 3 students finished work on their pieces of art depicting smart and sustainable urban landscapes of tomorrow inspired by artist James Rizzi.

In June, our Grade 3 students finally went on the anticipated bus trip to Berlin's EuropaCity to visit the 'DKB Campus' building site. The students proudly pasted reproductions of their creative, colourful, three-dimensional artworks on the construction fence of the 'DKB Campus'. Afterwards, they took part in a guided tour of the construction site and heard more about this sustainable building from the architects themselves. It was a fantastic project with which our Grade 3 students concluded their unit on sustainable cities.