Munich's bouncers are allegedly turning away people of color without reason. Can a handful of lawsuits make that stop?
Understanding mistakes of the past can help guide U.S. transportation policy in the future.
"Placemaking" for felines.
An explosive struggle has pitted developers against the city's ultra-left.
A photographer offers a host of new ideas, set to piano music.
The post-industrial city has been crowned Germany's Austin. But it might be more like Germany's Detroit.
The interior design is, as expected, wonderfully minimalist.
In 2012, Jose Manuel Abel moved to Munich in desperate search of a job. One year later, he's employed, but without his family.
Ostalgie taken to a whole other level.
The bathtub alone cost $20,000.
A falling block of concrete weighing several tons cleaved this building in two, making it look like Stonehenge.
Choose between sleeping in a Pullman coach or an Airstream trailer.
The failure is especially clear when compared to spending by Europeans.
Let's take a look back at the ambitious 1930s plan to erect this monstrosity over the city.
Berlin's 1936 Olympic Village once housed Nazis and Soviets. Today, there's an effort to convert the neglected site into a museum.
A new photography project captures barriers in Baghdad, Korea, Israel and Belfast.
A once thriving hub of Cold War espionage, built on a Berlin hill made of World War II rubble.
The planning debate that sparked Turkey's recent protests is part of a larger, kind of weird architectural trend.
Single mothers, former criminals, homeless people and punks at a "human zoo."
This monumental dousing has been called Europe's worst flood since the Middle Ages.