can be stranger than fiction. (found here on may 25th, 2017)
…or a fountain? No. It’s the entrance of an underground bunker for the Zivilschutz.
I like this temporary lining of this old building made of polyurethane foam. Looks like some really nasty mold fungus.
While Germany’s next top model features tons of loquacious electronic assistants I’ve been deeply impressed by the artistry in parking of the inhabitants of Madrid. Every car sits within a minimal…
We sat in a ridiculously expensive hipster bar called daizy in a formerly rioty but nowadays mostly gentrified part of zurich. When a group of young men tried to self-park…
I somehow like these humble housing projects, probably from the 50s. Next to the newer stuff this fair-faced concrete facade seems almost spectacular.
The university’s excursion brought about 150 students to milan where a local professor held a (it is said to be quite interessting) lecture about the building’s idea. Providing a comfortable…
If you don’t want cars in your city, provide (parking) space for the alternatives. They’ll come. It’s easy.
I hear the Swiss do money-laundring. I suppose you can also launder your nuclear energy once you pump the water up at night. This one is beautifully located, though.
Rising rents are a real issue these days. One answer are housing cooperatives. I don’t know why, but there is a downside, though.