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Dan Borden

 

Will the newly ruling Greens put an end to 12 years of creative utopia by the Spree? Read more

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Dan Borden explores three Berlin examples of prosaic plumbing turned into high art. Read more

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Weimar or Dessau – which should you check out and when? Read more

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Several Berlin firms are turning to sustainable, plant-based materials. Read more

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What happened to British architects experimenting in Berlin? Read more

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What’s happening with Berlin’s Cold War border crossings? Read more

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Berlin real estate prices have been skyrocketing in the last few years. Is the bubble about to pop? Read more

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Dan takes a U-Bahn ride to Berlin’s landmark stations. Read more

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Dan surveys the city’s start-up campus boom. In July, manufacturing giant Siemens announced plans to create a centre for aspiring technology entrepreneurs in Spandau which they’re calling an “innovations campus”. But Siemens isn't alone. Read more

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

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

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What is the city doing to improve conditions for cyclists? Read more

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

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From subway tunnels to supermarkets, how far will Berlin go to house its residents? Dan Borden investigates. Read more

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Dan Borden asks: What happened to the cinemas of Weimar Berlin? Read more

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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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Berlin is finally trying to solve its housing crisis... with ugly new buildings awkwardly crammed into hallowed historical sites. Hooray? Our urban columnist weighs in. Read more

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Dan Borden on the occult fantasies that inspired Third Reich architecture. Read more

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Dan Borden checks in with the Flussbad project, which aims to clean up a stretch of the Spree by Museum Island and turn it into a public pool. While you're waiting for that, you can dive in (at your own risk!) at their swimming competition on July 2. Read more

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