Alexandra Rotter is a freelance journalist in Vienna, Austria. She writes for titles such as Austrian magazine Format and contributes to radio programmes. She is also co-founder of Freischreiber Österreich, a network for freelance journalists.
Imagine a city designed by children. The concept isn’t as far-fetched as you may think. Alexandra Rotter discovers how city planners are increasingly using children’s ideas to help inspire urban ‘Neverlands’ that work for everyone.
At two years old, violinist Julian Rachlin was already fascinated by music, yet he had to beg his parents for violin lessons, not least because money was scarce. Now a world-renowned musician, he shares his early memories with Alexandra Rotter.