In today’s post, I examine urban commons and the affordable housing crisis from the perspective of capitalist-driven urbanism.
What aspects does one need to consider when speaking about affordable housing and what role could commons-based housing provision play?
Today’s post examines the effect of push and pull factors in the real estate market on creative industries and examines the potentials for cultural innovation in smaller and mid-sized cities.
Here’s the video of my talk yesterday with additional notes, links, and comments! Enjoy!
I’ll be speaking tonight at 18:30 (CET) at the Bauhaus Campus here in Berlin about tiny houses and affordable housing. Read the summary and get a link to the live feed here.
In today’s post, I examine the role of diverse real estate markets in promoting a wide variety of urban inhabitants.
One of the authors in our book, Tobias Bernet, was recently interviewed in the Planologie…
Today’s post is the third and final chapter in my three-part series about the development of Berlin’s housing market from the city’s division to today. To get some background for today’s episode, housing in the reunified city, you should check out episode one and two, housing in the divided city and housing the reunified city!
This is the second chapter in my three-part series about the development of Berlin’s housing market from the city’s division to today. To get some background for today’s episode, housing in the reunified city, you should check out episode one, housing in the divided city.
Today’s post is the first in a three-part series examining the development of the housing market in Berlin to round off 2017.
Does describing vacant buildings as “blight” doom them to demolition? In my newest post, I examine the consequences of framing and consensus in urban policy through the example of the term “blight.”
In this post, I review the highlights of the Bundeskongress für nationale Stadtentwicklungspolitik 2017, which took place on June 12th & 13th in Hamburg.
In this post, I summarize and briefly explain the ins and outs of urban policy, using examples from Boulder’s growth boundary to prestige pricing.
I’m pleased to announce that I will be offering not only “Berlin’s Urban Development from…