THE PLACE NOT TO BE: UNDER SIEGE BY CLUB TOURISTS

As I was reading Katy Derbyshire’s Berlin: It’s Not All Sex, All The Time and Nicolas Hausdorff and Alexander Goller’s Superstructural Berlin, one particular story kept coming to my mind. Despite being quite typical, it made me change my view on the issue brought up in both texts, namely the international stereotype of Berlin asRead more about THE PLACE NOT TO BE: UNDER SIEGE BY CLUB TOURISTS[…]

From Weimar to Libertarian: Berlin.

The “mixture of highly capitalised art, gentrification, and brain-drain towards abandoned city territories”, as suggested in Hausdorf and Goller’s “Superstructural Berlin”, does make up most of the basis, from which the newly transformed Berlin emerges. The Berlin that everyone knows: blooming and overwhelming with its galleries, dappled with cafes and nightclubs, riddled with history, BerlinRead more about From Weimar to Libertarian: Berlin.[…]