Tucked away on the charming Savignyplatz square is the much-loved Bücherbogen. Since 1980, this specialty bookstore has been sating intellectual appetites with its extensive selection of international publications about visual culture’s manifold forms: architecture, design, art, [...]» read more
All Articles in category "Lifestyle"
The much-anticipated film adaptation of British author David Mitchell’s best-selling book, Cloud Atlas, began showing in German cinemas yesterday. Read on to find out what I made of the film, and also learn more about [...]» read more
Berlin is a city awash with fleamarkets; every neighbourhood or Kiez seems to have at least one. Most take place at the weekend, but some are also on during the week. Whether you’re looking for dusty heirlooms, [...]» read more
When I discovered the Küchenladen, a kitchenware shop located just around the corner from Concorde on the Knesebeckstrasse, I was faced with one of life’s biggest questions: is it too late to start buying myself [...]» read more
Most people have heard of Berlin’s mini-Istanbul, situated around Kottbusser Tor in Kreuzberg, but what of the city’s Chinatown? Is there one and if so, where is it? This week, my search took me down Kantstraße [...]» read more
On the 21st of September, 1962, the Schaubühne put on its very first production; the first of many. The private theatre, which was set up by a group of young theatre enthusiasts, has been going [...]» read more