The production of brown coal in Germany is increasingly criticized. The battle for the mine is being fought by climate activists not only in the Hambach Forest, but also in Lusatia. Urbanauth took a look into it!
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Four cities, five tags. Expression or vandalism? A reflection on the communication form of urban lettering.
Weekly Urbanauth 40: Export goods French culture, unrest in Hong Kong and worldwide climate protests announced
Weekly Urbanauth – This week with a lot of urban culture from France and an interview with city planner Richard Sennet. Also fight for housing on Cologne’s Schälsick side, extinction rebellion in the headlines and another week of unrest in Hong Kong.
The most important news at one glance - Our press review of the calendar week 36. From Hip-Hop for the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro into the heart of Perpignan. About Tokyo's planned highest skyscraper up to London's attempt to eliminate their disadvantages for...
What do England’s city centres and French journalism have in common? They are both in crisis. Otherwise, the ban on e-rollers in Milan, new squatting in Berlin and much more in our weekly press review.
A duty for the Berliner public transport company. A playground for trainwriters. The public transport company of Berlin complains about graffiti on the subways, but somehow some people seem to enjoy the painted trains. In short:
Europan turns 30! And invites for the 15th edition young architects not only to think about, but also to build the city of tomorrow. Leading theme of this year: The productive city.
Munich seeks new architecture. Munich wants to be creative.
And… Munich has a housing shortage. Is there a light in sight?
According to the results of a feasibility study conducted by the Duisburg Development Center for Ship Technology and Transport Systems, there will be autonomous inland waterway vessels in 15 years’ time. Is it a contribution to solving transport and environmental problems?
The end for the art collection from the 19th century of the new Pinakothek in Munich? The museum closes its doors until 2027 for a general overhaul. You can read more about the works and the building here.