OUR Research

We collect tailor-made information and report quickly in clear and vivid reports for companies, schools and individuals. Our deep-searching but direct, and above all lifelike reports are a welcome help for all those who want to launch a product, find funding for their movie, reach a new target group or write a compelling book.

OUR Travelcoach

A challenging concept for curious travelers passionated about people and culture. We offer group tours and tailor-made itineraries in and around Lisbon, Brussels and Istanbul – and soon in more destinations in Europe. Especially for travelers who aren’t content with just the postcard experience and who enjoy dissecting cities as they really are. No tourists allowed!

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OUR is a network of historians, journalists, researchers, curious people, city freaks. OUR cooperates with local writers, photographers, web designers, map makers, urban scientists, guides, location hunters, visual artists. Wanna join OUR network? Mail US

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OUR at a glance

OUR at a glance

OUR is on Bloglovin now, which makes it easier to follow our stories at a glance.

On Sandy attacking New York city

On Sandy attacking New York city

IMAGINE THE GREAT CITIES OF THE WORLD GONE, FOREVER Sandy attacking New York is a reminder of just how fragile our cities are. Now nature is seriously threatening one of the greatest cities in the world, it’s a good moment to... Read The Rest →

An average evening in Sreemongal

An average evening in Sreemongal

It looks like a fun ride, but this weekly round with the elephant might actually also be a way to extort the vendors of Sreemongal, in Bangladesh. The elephant gets watermelons (or grabs them himself), and he receives money also. Who’s... Read The Rest →

Designing public space

Designing public space

Designer Hicham Lahlou (1973) lives in Casablanca. Not being Morocco’s capital, it’s with its approximately 5 million inhabitants the largest city in the country. After Johannesburg and Cairo, Casablanca is the third African megalopolis. It’s an industrial, modern city with a... Read The Rest →

Interview with designer Siggi Eggertsson

Interview with designer Siggi Eggertsson

  Siggi Eggertsson is a young designer bursting with vim and vigour. Hailing from Iceland he soon became aware of the need to extend his boundaries of exploration, and after a fairly selective spot of research involving the changing of locations, he... Read The Rest →

 
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