The city of Berlin has been undergoing massive changes throughout the last couple of years. Since the fall of the wall, large parts of the city have been rediscovered, destroyed buildings made hospitable again, and a dynamic crowd keeps on waking up sleepy Berliners with strange tongues and great ideas — despite the incapacity of the city government. As always, this is accompanied by unforeseen side-effects: the unique social equilibrium in the different neighbourhoods is being shattered. Berlin was a city of heterogeneous, mixed spheres, it is now becoming a more stratified, classical capital. Aggressive gentrification is a direct consequence to the magnetic attraction Berlin has on people from all over the world. Day by day, the remaining war wounds, so typical for this city, and green lungs of the city have to yield in order to satisfy the constantly increasing demand for high-quality urban living space.