Beautiful furniture and art in enough room to breathe. Jochum Rodgers presents regularly furniture to dream of and has the talent and knowledge to present them in a way that the white room around them adds to their design, almost building the frame. The current exhibition „Minimale Differenzen“ is no exception to that. (See other posts from me about the gallery here and here).
Potsdamer Strasse Berlin is definitely an area of Berlin to hang out. Lots of new and old places to visit.
Almost everybody I know asked me why I haven’t written a post for Benedict Restaurant.
Ryoko is the name of Ryoko Hori and also the name of a beautiful place in Neukölln, a place to fill the soul with peace and sents – and much more.
Just what one needs, a nice wine bar with excellent wines and small dishes from Tirol around the corner.
Street art and museum doesn’t sound right. Isn’t street art the tags and paintings some unknown artists leave somewhere on a train or wall, painted in the safety of the dark night?
New little finding. Close to my Studio is this little place. Offering a nice selection wine and little plates with antipasti.
Urban Industrial in Berlin Kreuzberg is a playground for grown-ups! A huge space filled with everything industrial, chairs, lamps, dentist chairs, Leuchtreklamen, and so on. If you need 100 chairs, you are going to find them, or lamps to pimp your apartment with some cool vintage accessories.
Café Chapter One serves very good coffee, baking goods and offers a cool interior. It is located just on the side from buzzing Marheinike Markthalle area.
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.
Insonne means sleepless. I sometimes wonder how Cafè Owners come up with the names for their businesses. There might be an interesting story behind the name.
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.