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What happened to British architects experimenting in Berlin? Read more

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Brexit MAY be upon us, but British life in Berlin continues. We spoke to Brits planning their future here, met with some of the city's noteworthy English(wo)men, Scots and Welsh and found the best places to buy UK essentials. Out now! Read more

In the German papers this week: Vexing and perplexing news stories from Berlin and beyond... Read more

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From party drugs to mental health, from artificial intelligence to sautéed Hirn – this October Exberliner is all about the brain! Plus: A scientist puts sleep myths to bed and we round up the month's festivals in film, music, art and stage. Out now! Read more

Back to school! Here's our 13-page special on learning in Berlin with a guide to bilingual education, Germany's failing integration concept and coming out as trans in school. Also: prepping for the end, writing workshops, Chilly Gonzales and more... Read more

Dan explains what’s special about that charred blue building hidden in Kreuzberg’s Besselpark. Read more

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INTERVIEW: Meet Robbie Antonio, the billionaire real estate entrepreneur who wants to bring Germany 21st century prefab – the luxury version! Read more

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Summer is here! Check out our guides to the creamiest vegan gelato, the best and worst bike-sharing schemes and hot summer reads. Plus: The new faces of Spandau, krays in Tiergarten, allergy attacks and more... on newsstands now! Read more

Dan explores buildings with sordid histories in the East. Read more

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Dan watched the Netflix flop to find out how our city’s future stacks up. Read more

Film

At Hauptbahnhof, train travellers get a chilly reception – and it’s about to get colder. Dan Borden explains. Read more

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It’s not just airports that can’t get off the ground in Berlin. Dan Borden reports on four of the city’s stymied skyscrapers from Alexanderplatz to Neukölln. Read more

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Dan Borden on the chameleonic style of Berlin’s most ubiquitous, least recognised architect, Sergei Tchoban. Read more

History

Dan Borden on how the East and West destroyed a pair of Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s masterpieces. Read more

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Weimar architecture wasn’t just about the Bauhaus. Dan Borden reveals three electrifying examples of Expressionism that are still standing in Berlin today. Read more

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The Boros bunker houses works by Ólafur Elíasson, Alicia Kwade, Ai Weiwei and myriad others. Photo by Noshe

Dan Borden on the ulterior motives behind the city’s private art bunkers. Read more

Culture

Dan Borden on the Ostkreuz station’s transformation from “Rostkreuz” into the sterile transit hub of tomorrow. Read more

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Wohnungsfrage: housing is a human right

Housing Is a Human Right © Martha Rosler

With Wohnungsfrage, a month and a half long programme of exhibition, debates and lectures, Haus der Kulturen der Welt grapples with the issue of affordable housing. Read more

What's On

Berlin needs a palace to honor the ruling dynasty of Brandenburg and Prussia: the Hohenzollern. But who were these Hohenzollern people? John Riceburg took a trip to the Brandenburg-Preussen-Museum to find the answer. Read more

Opinion

Devour

Installation by Francisco Vidal and film by Jordi Colomer. Photo by Ismael Ogando

"Devour: Social Cannibalism, Political Redefinition and Architecture" is a vast multimedia exhibition exploring post-communist and postcolonial architecture from Brazil to South Africa to Romania. See it at the Freies Museum before it closes Apr 12. Read more

Art & Exhibitions

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