Monthly Archives: August 2013

Bang / Conflict Zones

Berlin is a city that is rife with conflicts from the scars on the surfaces of its museums and monuments to the voids it bears in the heart of its urban landscape. Historically, Berlin has been witness and host to some of the most significant socio-political conflicts in the modern world. The architectures of the […]


An Experimental Study of Extreme Urban Density Near the end of the last decade, almost all branches of the statistically inclined international acronym organizations, like the United Nation’s (UN) World Health Organization (WHO) or UN Population Fund (UNFPA) announced that there were more people living in urban areas than rural areas for the first […]