Despite the displacement of persons from the Eis Fabrik in February the site has maintained a high level of activity. The bricked up and patrolled Eis Fabrik now looks onto an ever more populated Tee Pee village that has shifted is bounds to accommodate new dwellers there.
On the brache signs of temporary inhabitation are also present, from the recreational to propositional structures of refuge.
I'm not sure if this was a dry run for another site or destroyed over night. Temporary inhabitation has become even more present across the city with the Cuvrey brache further down the Spree playing host to more than 30 persons including young children.