You don't need to be an architecture buff to enjoy the edgy and sometimes whimsical structures on "Media Harbor " and there's lots to see here besides buildings. There are works by Frank Gehry, Joe Coenen, Claude Vasconi and Frank Gehry. The Roggendorf House adorned with "Flossis," colorful sticky men, is a favorite.
The Düsseldorf Media Port is the media and art center of Germany. Many well-known German media gather in the creative park transformed from the old port. It can be said that this is the base of Germany's emerging industries, with many cutting-edge media companies, and the entire environment is full of innovations. It is a place worth visiting.
Düsseldorf's media port is the center of German news, and many large media organizations are headquartered here. Here along the harbor, the buildings are mostly modern glass curtain wall buildings, which look very modern. This is also considered to be a scenic spot in Schadorf, you might as well come and take a walk.
The Media Harbor in Düsseldorf is a gathering place for media and radio stations. There are many media stations here, and it is the location of the German news center. The buildings here are very modern, full of technology and modernity, and it is worth taking a look.
Can the media port area represent the city of Dussel? It seems not, because it is too modern, haha. It seems okay, because it represents that the pace of this era is accelerating.