Monthly Archives: March 2015

Optimism in Crisis: Necessary? Useful? Honest?

By Renard Teipelke The defining features in Caracas, Detroit, and Metro Manila are different. But no matter if it concerns crime, bankruptcy, or disaster risks, the defining features are strongly related to urban crises. While some cities enjoy a status … Continue reading

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São Paulo, bikes, buses and prosecution

by Daniel Wagner* “In the end, the agenda is the stupidity of the automobile. 500 new cars are sold in São Paulo every day. So a lot of things should be done in the direction of discouraging individual means of … Continue reading

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Colloquium “Housing in Berlin”/ Kolloquium “Wohnen in Berlin”

*please scroll down for the call in German* Call for participations Supply of urban accommodation is becoming a major issue on city council agendas. Also in Berlin, rising rents, new building projects, ecological challenges of urban development and the widespread … Continue reading

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INPOLIS / Nemona Placement presents the Fashion Sourcebook for Berlin

A fashion network for professionals and production “There is a lack of infrastructure in Berlin fashion business” this is probably one of the most frequently mentioned statements when it comes to the development of Berlin as a fashion location. … Continue reading

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Genuine Street Art by the Invisible Hands of the Cities

by Valentin Schipfer The old parts of European cities are beautiful examples for what develops when coincidence acts as the main city-planner. While in most of these cities master-planning has replaced this uncoordinated interaction, coincidence is still active in cities … Continue reading

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