In the unharried Grundsteingasse, diverging from the busy Gürtel road and leading to the vivid Brunnenmarkt, lies the autonomous cultural center Ragnarhof. Passing the door at the unimposing house, No 12, you find yourself in a quirky courtyard with a rusting horse-statue on your left, a wee fish-shop on your right and bits of lumber all around. It has the charme of a building lot for artistic purposes. This courtyard belongs to the former factory building that has its name from Ragnar Mathéy, a lawyer from Berlin, who purchased the dilapidated complex in 1988, saved it from demolition and provided local artists with studios. Today Ragnarhof houses twelve artist studios and an exhibition room with various events like concerts, readings and small theater performances taking place there.