I always wonder how the architects who designed these buildings with a specific purpose in mind would react if they saw the way their buildings are used today.
Your interests are limited after all, you know you can be interested in lots of things, but they always come back to a few main issues.
The several follies in the city tend to create a structure, encouraging a movement from one place to another, while questioning the visitor about the habits and use of urban spaces.
It was a unique task: to tailor a Leipzig experience for a guy who writes about (and coherently lives) a very aesthetic Scandinavian lifestyle.
How do you find your friends in a busy park? Have everyone wear white. And bring food.
The overall feeling is not one of decay, but of renewal.