In 2016, BMW celebrates its 100th anniversary under the slogan "The next 100 Years”. Its concept car looks ahead to the future of mobility.
Two years of leaks about emissions cheating and pollution fears have damaged Germany's standing as the world leader in car production. But analysts think the scandal could have surprising positives for the industry.
The author of "Lords of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" died in 1973, but his Middle-earth universe lives on. Fans now have something new to read: "Beren and Lúthien," which J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a century ago.
Wieland Wagner, born 100 years ago as the grandson of composer Richard Wagner, received special attention from Hitler and brought unconventionial ideas to Bayreuth. Nike Wagner reflects on life as his daughter.
What do houses from the 3D printer in Dubai, wooden crate furniture in Beijing, a suspension railway in Medellín, urban farming in Detroit and a micro home in Berlin have to do with the German Bauhaus?
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