Major cities are cultural contact zones and transit spaces, places of uncertainty and the foreign. The dynamism of change arising from this constitutes the essence of urbanity and is what lends metropolises their stability and attractiveness in the first place.
Population growth and urbanisation have placed global food supply before great challenges. Does the future of agriculture lie in the city? In the middle of Berlin a small company is growing vegetables in a former factory.
Pop-up spaces are springing up like mushrooms after the rain. Both small and large-scale entrepreneurs are making use of this opportunity to promote their products in a targeted manner for a short period.