Monthly Archives: June 2012

Warehouse rising

Business New Europe Champagne, a string quartet, an aging but amusing Czech actor as the emcee — welcome to the new warehouse for supermarket chain Globus that was built by Prologis. If all that seems a bit much, consider this is Prologis’ first new building in nearly four years and you’ll get why they are… Read more »

Viva la Villa!

Czech Position Prague’s early 20th century architects produced some fine homes When it comes to architectural discussions in Prague, today it often seems to be a bitter battle of words from preservationists versus developers. Hearken back to the “golden” days of Czech architecture when art nouveau dominated at the beginning of the 20th century (think… Read more »

Belene’s long goodbye

Business New Europe For something that’s been on the drawing board for almost 30 years, the Belene nuclear power plant project was never going to die quietly or quickly. This is a shame, say many analysts, because the country needs to talk about energy efficiency and diversification, rather than waste more time on a project… Read more »