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February 2018

Requiem For TXL

The iconic architecture and legacy of Berlin airport Tegel

July 2017

Tieranatomisches Theater

A masterpiece of Prussian architecture

June 2017


Exploring the abandoned VEB REWATEX complex

March 2017

KINDL Center of Contemporary Art

From brewery to gallery

February 2017

Der Fernsehturm


December 2016

Jewish Museum Berlin

Architecture transcending history

October 2016


by Jan Herdlicka

September 2016


Modernist high-rises in Neukölln

February 2016

ICC Berlin

Modernist design – soon to be gone

November 2015

Stasimuseum Berlin

I never get tired of mentioning how much I detest museums and most exhibitions. Unless I have a very specific interest in something that is shown, I would rather spend my time and money on strolls through forgotten streets and eat artisan cakes. But the Stasimuseum caught my attention, not necessarily for its content (as German […]

November 2015

Taking an extensive walk through the gay center of Schöneberg

It was a bleak, uniformly hungover afternoon. The unseasonably shitty rain-weather wasn’t particularly inviting for a walk through Schöneberg, but Fousieh and I couldn’t be deterred from our mission. Fousieh loves Schöneberg and secretly wants to live here when she grows up. I wanted to see why and made a map of the different neighborhoods I wanted […]

September 2015

Bundestag Berlin

All of my classmates from school days had at least one trip to this landmark of German politics and history, except for me: I missed the trip to Berlin because I worked a three day shift in my old job as video store clerk. After seven years of living in the city, I finally made […]

December 2014

Mall of Shame

Whatever you may think about the Potsdamer Platz, at night some of it’s horrible planning and invasive architecture regain dignity through the mesmerizing lights. Now I would’ve had a couple of ideas on how to make Potsdamer Platz less detached from “real life in Berlin”, but apparently, every urban issue can be solved with a […]

September 2014

Lehrter 17 Project Space

Next week­end (11. 09. — 14. 09. 2014) our beloved under­dog dis­tricts Wed­ding and Moabit will trans­form into the cul­tural cen­ter of Ber­lin. At more than 300 dif­fer­ent loc­a­tions, vis­it­ors will be able to see and hear read­ings, per­form­ances, movies, exhib­i­tions, con­certs and hap­pen­ings. Lofts, gal­ler­ies and ateliers will open their doors to show off what they’ve […]