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Aux Mervelleux de Fred Berlin

Aux Merveilleux de Fred in Berlin

Finally, the French delights from Aux Merveilleux de Fred are available for the Berlin gourmand now as well. The beautiful Cafe & Patisserie has just opened six weeks ago. You can buy the whole range of the famous baking goods you may know from Paris. Not only „Les Merveilleux“ but also „Le Cramiques“ – a fluffy, white bread with Raisins, sugar coating or chocolate bits. Delicious is not enough to describe this bread.

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Greenfactory at KaDeWe

A small world in a glass. Did you ever dream your own small little world, well there is a shop for that called Greenfactory. Greenfactory is a shop based in France, in Paris to be exact. But you can buy and stare at them in KaDeWe now. Plants, but no watering and a very a unique look. A fairy tale in a glass.

Mi Onda Coffee Shop in Berlin

Mi Onda – Café in Berlin Schöneberg

„Does anyone know of a cafe with decent coffee around Nollendorfplatz?“ I had just about 30 Minutes for a quick coffee, while the Team was preparing the next Set Up of the Photoshooting. In just a few Minutes the first answers popped out on my screen. Great Tipps, thank you, guys. I am going to try more of them in the next time. Google Maps told me the nearest one was a tip from Anne from AnneLiWest – „Mi Onda“.

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Bücherzelle – Public Book Cases

In Berlin exists a quite big sharing and exchange culture. If I have something I don’t need anymore, I usually put it on the mailbox with a note saying „zu verschenken“. Hardly ever something is not taken by someone. Books, Clothes and even furniture, somebody in the building could find a use for those things.

„Structure“ in the nordic embassy

Structure

The Nordic Embassy in Berlin, is showing the work of some nordic Artist and Manufacturer in the exhibition „Structure“. The topic is “structure” or “track” – in whatever form. The wide spectrum of unique interpretations ranges from surprisingly new materials to structural experiments and innovative aesthetic effects. Structure combines Nordic craftsmanship and design and presents visions, innovation and craftsmanship of the current Norwegian creative scene. The works, designs and prototypes of 26 of the country’s greatest talents are exhibited: furniture, lighting, ceramics, textiles and furnishing accessories. The exhibition was first shown at the Ventura Lambrate in Milan in 2016.