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Berlin And Design: Places To Be.
On the 9th of November we celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall, a barrier that divided the capital of Germany for 28 years.
On the evening of 9th November 1989, German citizens had their freedom and peace back. It’s been 30 years since the Berlin Wall came down and from that moment on the city of Berlin has never forgotten the importance of that event and for the 30th anniversary Berlin planned a week-long arts festival from 4 to 10 November 2019.
During these last 30 years millions of artists, musicians, designers, architects and people in general moved there to express their art.
You can easily perceive that walking down on the streets of this beautiful city which happened to become one of the most multicultural cities in Europe.
Nowadays Berlin truly represents the creative heart of Germany and Europe with its countless museums and galleries, architecture, city print work, artistic graffiti, interiors and magazines.
In 2006, UNESCO appointed Berlin a City of Design, giving well-deserved international recognition to both Berlin and its designers who enrich the city with their creativity. Since then, the German capital is also part of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network.
For this reason and too many others, we decided to celebrate the colorful city of Berlin giving you some highlight about must-see design hotspots.
Soda Books is a bookstore for designers who are looking for uncommon publications, magazines and books.
If you are seeking inspiration in fields of art, illustration, photography, architecture and all forms of design this place might be for you.
Their motto is “curious publications for curious people”!
Bikini Berlin is the first concept mall in Germany.
Here you will find unique boutiques and modern design.
Start-ups and brands can present their products temporary exposing them in 20 wood boxes, called Pop Up boxes.
You can be sure that you will always find something new to discover!
Based in the wonderful neighborhood of Charlottenburg, this luxury hotel features Art Nouveau elements and mid-century modern details.