The "Bed by Night" campaign for Hanover's street kids was launched in 1996. The now completed emergency shelter consisting of clapped-out sea containers stands in a small park next to a former bunker. It proved possible to re-use the existing containers, which were repaired and integrated in a new two-story complex, together with additional modules. A timber frame with a flat roof and skylights was erected as a free-standing structure to enclose the nineteen containers. Han Slawik received repeated attention with projects dealing with the change of use and re-interpretation of containers.