In Berlin-Marienfelde, a daycare center project has been created in a listed swimming pool. Built in 1905 as a monastery according to the plans of Josef Lückerath and converted into a swimming pool after its closure in 1974, 100 children now romp through this extraordinary place. In 2014, the Bewegungsbad Marienfelde had to close its doors. The property then stood empty for years until the sponsor hisa gGmbH developed the idea of reviving the site as a daycare center. After almost two years of planning and nine months of construction – which were closely coordinated with the State Office for the Preservation of Historical Monuments, the Lower Office for the Protection of Historical Monuments, and noise and fire protection planners – the daycare center opened its doors in October 2020. The bathing fun can begin!