Provocateur Hotel in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district seduces guests with its concept. A combination of Parisian burlesque and the urban spirit of Berlin, the interiors were designed to appear sensual and mystic.
Five Elephant in Berlin’s bustling Mitte is there second coffee shop after the one in Chengdu, China. The industrial interior, designed by an architect Nic Warner of Sunst.Studio, features a terrazzo bar, sleek glass displays and fluorescent ceiling lamps.
‘Singularity’ is an art series by a German photographer Florian W. Mueller exploring the nature of cities as expressed with their architecture. The images show top floors of skyscrapers on
We love the work of artist and illustrator duo from Berlin, Zebu. Lots of vivid colors, color blocking and geometric shapes for their happy characters painted on canvas or murals in the streets of Paris, New York or London.
The “Everything You Can Imagine Is Real” exhibition by Swedish artist Bea Szenfeld revolves around her collection “Haute Papier – The White Collection.” Her elaborate paper costumes will be on show at BIKINI BERLIN from 8th-29th October
Design label UNICORN BERLIN offers these gorgeous limited edition pieces of vintage vases reworked as side tables. After working for many exclusive furniture brands, Andreas Berlin started to create is own collection. Named ‘Small Tables’, his first series of amazing table pieces made from vintage vases.
Located in the center of Berlin, the home of 032c Magazine editor Joerg Koch is a brutalist church that has been renovated. The new minimalistic design approach remaining true to Germanys brutalist vernacular.