Rapid transformation has reunified the formerly divided city – but also shown the necessity of political and planning interventions
At this time of hyper-commercialism, the German mall is bucking the trend with a Christmas market that focuses on independent design brands and a changing roster of small-scale local makers, says Giovanna Dunmall
With its vibrant culture and tumultuous, divided history, the German capital has many identities. Can they be unified in a single logo? Studio Regular gives it a go
From the architect's elegant glazed pavilion, visiting scholars and artists can gaze out on the Greater Wannsee for inspiration
The first major retrospective of the visual artist revealed the strict processes, rules and systems behind her work, says Hannah Gregory
In advance of their appearance at Stockholm Furniture Fair next week, the Copenhagen-based design duo told us about their latest collection: Strike, a series of lights that eliminate the need for a shade
An exhibition on the role of art in reimagining the city is at its strongest when it sticks to home turf, says Hannah Gregory
The diagrammatic facade is the star exhibit at Sergei Tchoban’s archive of architectural drawing in Berlin.
Is a life-sized version of Barbie’s house harmless wish-fulfilment or the stuff of nightmares? Agata Pyzik thinks pink …
Paul Bush’s film about a city that rises endlessly into the future is visually ingenious, but too beautiful to be dystopian, says Fatema Ahmed.
Berlin’s disused Tempelhof airport provided the stage for a range of intriguing designs, from the simplicity of Auerberg’s book rest to the studied chaos of Fabien Dumas’ Tam Tam lampshade.
The Berlin designer’s futuristic furniture, formed out of continuous sheets of aluminium, was one of the stars of the city’s newest design fair.