Berlin is looking for Airbnb superhosts!
Original name in German: Berlin sucht den Superhost!
About from Google Translate:
'[Airbnb superhosts] are spread all over the city, but are difficult to find. They are "open-minded", like to travel and stage a real "home away from home" for their guests. With them you live in the middle of the Berlin neighborhood, including the original neighborhood.'
This project visualises Airbnb 'superhosts' (as red marks), which it defines as those who offer to rent several whole flats more than 100 days per year on Airbnb, on maps along with housing threatened and tenants' initiatves in the same ara (as green marks):
In the so-called Kreuzkölln area (a gentrified area where Kreuzberg and Neukölln meet): http://impro-per-arts.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/BSDS_1f.html
In Friedrichshain: http://impro-per-arts.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/BSDS_2d.html
In April 2020, the project organised an 'online walk' in 'Kreuzkölln' to showcase its top 10 candidates to the title of Berlin superhost in the area: https://anonyme-anwohnende.com/2020/04/09/berlin-sucht-den-superhost-1-kreuzberg-neukolln/
"Superhost" is an actual title that Airbnb grants to some users:
"Superhosts are experienced hosts who provide a shining example for other hosts, and extraordinary experiences for their guests. Once a host reaches Superhost status, a badge will automatically appear on their listing and profile to help you identify them. We check Superhosts’ activity four times a year, to ensure that the program highlights the people who are most dedicated to providing outstanding hospitality".
Keywords: Berlin, Airbnb, superhosts, maps, visualising, short-term rental, tourist rental, tenants