It just came up in the Bernina section when Norma in Denmark posted something and I asked her where she actually lives. I guess I better share this in the correct section. In the 1960s I took part in an exchange with Denmark that was organized by my school in Hamburg. I had a wonderful time in and around Herning, and Norma doesn't live far from there. Besides learning how to ride a bike, one of my most vivid memories is that I was taken to a shirt factory that was housed in a very modern, totally round building. The outside was almost all solid concrete wall, but there was a lot of glass on the inside and the whole building was flooded with natural light. The manufacture of the shirts was in a round area in the centre and that was surrounded by a walkway (think 'donut') that was used by the owner of the factory as an art gallery. It was full of a very eclectic mix of then contemporary art. I just loved it. The mix of industrial and art was simply brilliant. If you look at the link below, the project has developed since then. I wish I could just teleport over and have a look at what it's like now.
Thank you, Norma, for triggering my memories!