Monthly Archives: November 2014

Ugly as the (Not So) Logical Norm?

By Renard Teipelke Take a look at the above picture. What do you see? A high-rise building, residential or mix-used. Is it an architectural icon? Well, it probably passes as “ugly” or at least “generic” in most readers’ view. There … Continue reading

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Gentrification, Displacement and the New Housing Bubble in Berlin

By Ares Kalandides* You probably feel tricked: Before moving to Berlin your friends told you that finding a place to stay would be a piece of cake. But it turns out to be a rather unpalatable one. You’re still looking … Continue reading

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Notes from a research trip to Crete (3 of 3)

By Jonas Rehmet (you can read part 1 here and part 2 here) As I return on my travel to the North-side of the island and continue to the West of the island, I visit many more agritourism entities that … Continue reading

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