Kor Dwarshuis visualised Airbnb boom in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin and New York since the foundation of Airbnb to 2017.
The maps show the striking increase in the numbers as well as the distribution and clustering of the Airbnb flats in these cities.
The maps also pose a question of the commodification of the couch as well as the scale of the unregulated holiday lets in these major cities.
It is also quite fun to explore 🙂 Click here to see more.
The Urban Data Platform is
an interactive interface that allows users to explore, visualize, compare and download data. It aims to give a complete and consistent picture of the state and trends (i.e. past and future) of European cities using interactive and visual tools to present and analyse the data. (urbact)
This is a comprehensive database for urban researchers and alike. It includes various layers of information such as demographics, urban development and economics.