In addition to the Siemensstadt housing estate and the
"Horseshoe" settlement in Britz among others, the
"White Town" at the village of Reinickendorf was one
of the most remarkable functionalist residential
communities built in Berlin in the 1930s.
The centerpiece of this 60,000 square meter estate was
the bridge-like building across the Aroser Allee built
by Otto Rudolf Salvisberg.