Pioneering tours and workshops with id22: Institute for Creative Sustainability help you discover Berlin’s unique, local initiatives: DIY and open-source-urbanism, CoHousing, CoWorking, community gardens, ecological architecture, cultural projects and more.
Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighborhood has a long history of alternative culture, self-organized initiatives and urban experimentation. This former fringe area of West Berlin, bordering the Berlin Wall, became a central district in a major European city practically overnight in 1990. Urban regeneration experiments, open lots, squats, … » more
We have a bottom-up and a very interdisciplinary approach to sustainability that combines architecture, urban planning, geography, arts and social science. Our Creative Sustainability Workshops look at creative and participatory solutions as well as at practical ideas of how we can improve our cities and … » more