Museum Store features a range of design items to boot
Read the Article: 032c Museum Store, Berlin. Aside from the usual objects on sale, the 032c Museum Store features a range of design items to boot. Some of the 032c Museum Store's more interesting offers on show.
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Motto’s earliest chapters began as a distribution company for magazines, fanzines and the more interesting self-published material on the market. The time came, however, for the personnel to get more personal with their customers, and Motto began a traveling initiative called Temporary Bookshops. This in turn led to its first permanent bookshop in an old frame factory in Berlin-Kreuzberg this Spring. Drawers and drawers of magazine archives lie underneath the display shelves, while regular evening presentations and debates make Motto a frequent haunt for the local literati.



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the open plan dining Bullerei eatery in Hamburg

Read the Article: Bullerei restaurant and cafe, Hamburg Some of Elmar Lause's street art decked seating areas at the open plan dining Bullerei eatery in Hamburg. Bullerei's informal decor comes

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outsized dining tables

Located in a former cattle hall, Bullerei offers both a deli, cafe and restaurant. Communal eating is encouraged by outsized dining tables.

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Wide Hall at Crooma

Read the Article: Crooma photographic gallery, Munich. The blanched 'Wide Hall' at Crooma, Munich

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The brightly coloured surorunds of Berlin's first ever Currywurst museum

Read the Article: Currywurst Museum, Berlin The brightly coloured surorunds of Berlin's first ever Currywurst museum. Dedicated entirely to every Berliner-in-the-know's favourite snack, the museum pinpoints every Currywurst stall in the city. Sample the myriad spices that make their way into the Currywurst's secret sauce

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museum's giant versions

Chips and curry sause are essential addition to any good Currywurst, as is demonstrated here by the museum's giant versions

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the Diakonie Church

Read the Article: Diakonie Church and Camput, Dusseldorf A pared-down alter space at the Dusseldorf branch of the Diakonie Church

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the Diakonie Church

Less a church, more a contemporary city block, the Diakonie Church defies architectural convention

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beautiful design items

Read the Article: Etage Store, Berlin. Some of the high-design items on show at Etage. Part museum, part store, Etage is Berlin's homage to beautiful design items

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Clothing is on sale

Clothing is on sale alongside the objects at Etage

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the Blue Chip gallery mode that has become de rigeur


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Read the Article: Exile Gallery, Kreuzberg Berlin. A return to artistic grassroots, part gallery, part studio, Exile offers opportunities for artists to create site specific exhibitions in the space. In rejection of the Blue Chip gallery mode that has become de rigeur, Exile takes a more hands on approach. More concerned with making art than marketing it, gallerist Christian Siekmeire's offers up-and-coming artists the chance to both create and exhibit work in Exile.

the outskirts of the Mitte

Read the Article, Extrafein Boutique, Berlin. Set on the outskirts of the Mitte, Extrafein is a gallery-cum-boutique. Vaguely industrial, Extrafein embraces its original surrounds

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bright green graphics fill the space on the Mitte

Read the Article: New flat in Berlin by J Mayer H Architects. Designed in Mayer's typically unconventional style, this new Berlin Residence does not cut corners when it comes to architectural exaggeration. Uber-bold, bright green graphics fill the space on the Mitte

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blinding green stylings can be found throughout the Berlin flat

Designed for a family of art lovers, the flat does not shy away from Meyer's overstated approach. Meyer's blinding green stylings can be found throughout the Berlin flat. Meyer's angular contour lines follow the architectural definitions of the space

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Karlsruhe university of Arts and Design

Read the Article: Kkaarrlls design, Karlsruhe. Started by a group of design graduates from the Karlsruhe university of Arts and Design, the Kkaarrlls collection turns traditional design values on their head

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Michelberger Hotel Berlin

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bookshop Motto launches

Contemporary bookshop Motto launches its traveling bookshops initiative. Read the Article: Motto

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eyewear from Berlin-based Mykita

Super-contemporary eyewear from Berlin-based Mykita. Read the Article: Mykita

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Jan Kleihues for Onono

Eyewear from architect Jan Kleihues for Onono. Read the Article: Onono Eyewear

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Nike Air Max sneaker

Nike Air Max sneaker adornments from Berlin's Sabrina Dehoff. Read the Article: Sneaker Jewellery

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Nike Air Max sneaker

Nike Air Max sneaker adornments from Berlin's Sabrina Dehoff

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Berlin Town House

Architect David Chipperfield's Berlin Town House. Read the Article: Town House by David Chipperfield, Berlin

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Berlin Town House

Architect David Chipperfield's Berlin Town House

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purist sports cars

Weissmann's purist sports cars, inspired by 1950's Jaguars. Read the Article: Wiessmann Cars, Dulmen

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purist sports cars

Weissmann's purist sports cars, inspired by 1950's Jaguars

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Weathered steel and wood

Read the Article: Wohnhaus Lubbering by Drewes + Strange. Weathered steel and wood dominate in the Wohnhaus Lubbering by Drewes + Strange

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the Wohnhaus Lubbering

Clean lined and minimalist the Wohnhaus Lubbering typifies Drewes + Strange's architectural approach

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Melina Keays is the entertaining director of Wallpaper*. She has been part of the brand since the magazine’s launch in 1996, and is responsible for entertaining content across the print and digital platforms, and for Wallpaper’s creative agency Bespoke. A native Londoner, Melina takes inspiration from the whole spectrum of art and design – including film, literature, and fashion. Her work for the brand involves curating content, writing, and creative direction – conceiving luxury interior landscapes with a focus on food, drinks, and entertaining in all its forms