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INDULGE YOUR GOURMET WANDERLUST WITH SALT & SILVER

INDULGE YOUR GOURMET WANDERLUST WITH SALT & SILVER

It’s around this time of year when wanderlust starts to set in — dreams of sandy beaches, crashing waves and exotic flavours playing on our minds. For a shot of travel and cooking inspiration without leaving the city, head to Google Pixel Studio this Saturday (10.11.) where amateur chefs and avid travellers-turned-restauranteurs, Salt & Silver (aka Jo and Cozy) will be telling the story of their year-long travels through Latin America, during which they shot documentary films and published surf-inspired cookbooks. Upon their return to Hamburg, they opened a (now two-part) Mexican-Peruvian restaurant to share the flavors and cooking techniques they picked up along the way. Berliners will be lucky enough to get a taste on Saturday, too — after a talk and cookbook presentation, they’ll reveal the secret to making their famous guacamole. Prepare for your mouth to water — and for your feet to itch. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Google Pixel, Salt & Silver)

Google Pixel Studio, Rosenthaler Str.36, 10178 Berlin-Mitte; map

Open till 15.11.2018, Mon-Sat 12-20h, Program

Travel Day with Salt & Silver, 10.11.2018, 16-20h, Facebook event

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SEE BERLIN THROUGH THE LENS OF EYEEM FOUNDER GEN SADAKANE

SEE BERLIN THROUGH THE LENS OF EYEEM FOUNDER GEN SADAKANE

Calling all hobby photographers (and who isn’t, these days?): What does it take to create a photo that turns heads, stops people in their tracks — or at least triggers an overflow of heart icons? Since 2011, the hugely successful Berlin-based photo platform EyeEm has been exploring and answering this question — generously sharing their expertise on the way. Next Tuesday (6.11.) EyeEm creative director and co-founder, the affable Gen Sadakane, is leading a photo walk through Berlin-Mitte — seeking out interesting motifs and passing on tips for seeing, and capturing, the city in a new light along the way. It’s free and open to all — thanks to Google Pixel Studio, a pop-up space for creativity and connectivity centred on taking incredible photos with the Pixel 3. Hint: with a few tricks from the experts, it’s easier than you think — register hereto join the walk and get the inside scoop on upping your snapshot game. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Google Pixel, Alex Kleis)

Google Pixel Studio, Rosenthaler Str.36, 10178 Berlin-Mitte; map

Open till 15.11.2018, Mon-Sat 12-20h, Program

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SEE ARTWORKS UNFOLD LIVE AT THE UNDERGROUND POP-UP CANVAS BAR

SEE ARTWORKS UNFOLD LIVE AT THE UNDERGROUND POP-UP CANVAS BAR

The tunnels beneath Potsdamer Platz will serve as more than just a transit point this weekend (18.-21.10.2018), when a disused section of the U3 line will be turned into a space for creative experimentation. Selected artists will create works live in front of visitors’ eyes: taking part are Mary Lennox and her incredible floral creations, lettering extraordinaire Stefan Kunz and calligrapher Sigrid Artmann, illustrator and designer Olaf Hajek, paper artist duo Lacy Barry & Cris Wiegandt, aka Crizilla & Delassey, and painter Paul Schrader (who will also host a keynote workshop on 20.10. at 18h.) Having gleaned inspiration from experiencing the artists at work up close, you’re invited to turn your attention to the art of drinking at the “Cocktail Finishing” studio, where you can experiment with flavors and colors to create your own unique twist on the classic Bombay Sapphire gin and tonic at the “tonic wall”. You even have the chance to take the artworks they’ve witnessed being made home with them — each piece will be sold on the final day of the pop-up. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Bombay Sapphire, Mary Lennox)

Canvas Bar by Bombay Sapphire, U3 Station & Tunnel at Potsdamer Platz 1, 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten; map
Runs 18.-21.10.2018, Thu-Sat 18-02h, Sun 16-00h. Open to visitors aged 18+.
Tickets available here (including two complimentary drinks).

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WHERE CREATIVITY MEETS CONTENT & CONNECTIVITY

WHERE CREATIVITY MEETS CONTENT & CONNECTIVITY

Ever wondered how the likes of Wana Limar, Ace Tee, Sara Nuru and Gen Sadakane take great photos — right from their phones? Here’s your chance to find out: From 19.10.-15.11.2018, you’re invited to meet, share with and learn from a round-up of creatives at the top of their game in the temporary Google Pixel Studio in Mitte. Alongside an exclusive preview of the soon-to-be-released Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL (which don’t hit stores until 2.11.2018), a free and varied program of events — from portrait workshops and cooking classes to exhibitions and collection launches — invites you to step inside the creative world that inspired the phones’ creation. (Hint: it’s all about taking exceptional photos from the palm of your hand). Keep an eye on Cee Cee over the coming month for more — we’ll be profiling a selection of our favorite events in upcoming newsletters. Here’s a preview in the meantime. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Google Pixel)

Google Pixel Studio, runs 19.10.-15.11.2018, program.

Rosenthaler Str.36, 10178 Berlin-Mitte; map

Mon-Sat 12-20h

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RE:HOF RUTENBERG — RETREAT TO THE SIMPLE LIFE IN BRANDENBURG

RE:HOF RUTENBERG — RETREAT TO THE SIMPLE LIFE IN BRANDENBURG

The elements of happiness? How about a beautiful landscape, fresh country air, good food and wine, an engrossing novel, a log fire to warm the night — and no reception. At Re:hof Rutenberg in Lychen, Brandenburg, going back to basics feels like a luxury. That’s thanks to the love and care that owners and artists Marieken Verheyen and Martin Hansen have dedicated to developing their two-hectare plot of land into a countryside getaway over the past three years. Amidst heritage apple and pear trees and an organic vegetable garden, a converted barn, old vicarage, spacious loft and three private ecolodges invite you to escape the demands of city life. The aim of Re:hof is to be as self-sufficient and energy-independent as possible. That means solar energy panels, dry composting toilets, and a plant-based filtration system to recycle waste water. Here, in the middle of the Uckermark Lakes Nature Park, with its pine forests, bucolic meadows, and crystal clear lakes, it’s all about doing nothing except getting cozy within beautiful interiors (designed in collaboration with the architect Peter Grundmann) with generous glass windows offering sweeping views out onto idyllic fields. A sauna, an outdoor hot tub and a small shop stocked with organic produce ensure you have everything you need to unwind completely. Ready to plan your next escape? Book here, and quickly at that — Re:hof’s calendar fills up fast. (Text & photos: Anna Dorothea Ker)

Re:hof Rutenberg, Dorfstr.23, 17279 Lychen, Brandenburg; map

Book here.

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