According to the advertisement, “elaborate scenery as well as light and sound effects”, a labyrinth, a hall of mirrors and an “elevator simulation including a crash” are offered.
The Bremen artist and photographer Phil Porter built the “Salon Obscura” himself in the style of a 1920s Parisian hotel and ran it as a maze and photo studio for several years. Now he wants to start a new project in Bremer Schnoor in the spring.
“Only the elevator keeps crashing”
The rental property is “very special”, admits the artist. “But there are already interested parties that I have met.” The new tenants could also turn the premises into a café, an escape room or an event location – or live in them. “Bathroom, bedroom and There is a kitchen,” says landlord Andreas Knigge.
However, Phil Porter hopes to find new tenants who will take over the elaborately self-built scenery. Everything is in good condition. “Only the elevator keeps crashing,” he says mischievously. In fact, the “elevator” does not move. Porter wants to sell furniture, props and antiques at a campaign in March.