Architecture

Shanghai, how small can big be ?

For some travellers a city like Shanghai with its population close to 25 000 000 might appear tremendous, intimidating  or even overwhelming. Others appreciate the anonymity in such a metropolis, enjoying its variety and feel a vast extend instead of tightness. The spectrum why, whom and what each individual enjoys or attracts to this huge […]

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Multifarious Langkawi – Malaysia, Part III

Langkawi is a group of islands on the northwest coast of Malaysia. The archipelago consists of the main island  Langkawi and around 100 more small islands, all part of the Andaman Sea , where the Strait of Malacca connects with South China Sea. Just a few kilometres apart and to the north you can find the island of Ko Tarutao which is already part […]

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The chase for the Glass House

This blog is a contribution from Christiane Zieschang. While living as a architect in Switzerland she is also a construction & building researcher ¦ property economist and a passioned discoverer in therms of traveling. Where to go if you want to leave town ? Hamptons, Shelter Island, Brighton Beach…sure,  you can. But if you are looking for some […]

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New York by Bike

Searching for cool places in New York by bike is a bit like chasing Pokemon, except the rewards aren’t digital. I push the pedals in a steady rhythm, zoom past yellow cabs and through Soho to get to my favourite coffee shop in the Bronx. Cycling isn’t the first thing you’d connect with New York, […]

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