Monthly Archives: September 2013

Re-Imagining the Karlín Viaduct Paris has Le Viaduc des Arts, one and a half kilometers of 64 vaults on the Avenue Daumesnil. Originally supporting the rail line Paris – Bastille – Varenne, the viaduct now supports fifty craft workers from furniture restorers to jewelry designers. Vienna meanwhile has converted the Gürtel viaduct into a thriving area for nightlife… Read more »

Surveying the Czech Start-Up Scene You’ve got a great idea that’s going to change the world. You are committed to doing what it takes to bring that idea to the people. You work hard, and your sweat and tears pay off – a venture capitalist recognizes your brilliance and gives you millions of crowns to move forward. A start-up… Read more »

Pop Goes the Castle “I’ve decided something: Commercial things really do stink. As soon as it becomes commercial for a mass market it really stinks.” – Andy Warhol I didn’t see this quote at the Golden Sixties exhibition at the Alšova jihočeská galerie in Hluboká nad Vltavou. But before seeing the Andy Warhol works on display here, it… Read more »