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NUTSANDWOODS STUDIO STORE: THE MITTE APARTMENT FOR DISCOVERING YOUR FUTURE FURNITURE

NUTSANDWOODS STUDIO STORE: THE MITTE APARTMENT FOR DISCOVERING YOUR FUTURE FURNITURE

Oak, metal, leather, hemp. It’s all about the materials at Nutsandwoods, the Berlin furniture designer that has been a favorite of ours for a while – they supplied us with the dining table for our Cee Cee Dinner series. Whether it’s tables, beds, sofas or shelving, their furniture pieces combine solid, natural elements with legendary craftsmanship. And now you can see these designs up close and personal at the furniture maker’s new Studio Store, an apartment showroom opening on Monday (01.06.2020). In it you can see, smell and feel Nutsandwoods furniture in its natural setting – the home. Want to try out the solid oak bed for size? Or see the sleek, untreated finish of the aluminium shelving before you place your custom order? Simply arrange a visit and discover just how special these pieces are. Another reason to come is the regular collaborations with different artists and creatives such as flower designer Mary Lennox, whose gorgeous floral installations decorate this tranquil apartment. Oh, and did we mention you can spend the night too? (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Nutsandwoods)

Nutsandwoods Studio Store, Alte Schönhauser Str.47, 10119 Berlin–Mitte; Stadtplan
Mon–Sat 12–18h by appointment
The apartment opens on 01.06. To arrange a visit, contact the team by email.
@nutsandwoods

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HEIPL: CURATED DESIGNS FOR FORM AND FUNCTION AT HOME AND BEYOND

HEIPL: CURATED DESIGNS FOR FORM AND FUNCTION AT HOME AND BEYOND

It’s true, I have a weakness for small owner-managed shops – especially when the owners are as warm and open-minded as Sabine, who runs the Heipl concept store on Schlesische Strasse. Her life’s work is to search out all kinds of products that help you in your everyday life and make everything a bit brighter and more beautiful. The range of designs in the shop is endless, with delightfully-made pieces for your desk, your kitchen, the children’s playroom and for your next outdoor adventure. The styles range from lively and colourful to elegant and plain. My personal recommendations? Smart notebooks by Korean Stationary Brand wheniwasyoungDonna Wilson’s playful tableware and textiles (a black and white fox-shaped blanket!), timeless jewellery by Ting and functional Hasami porcelain. Why not come in one afternoon, have Sabine make you a cappuccino (with beans from Bonanza Coffee) and have a leisurely browse through the myriad colors, shapes and textures. You’ll really find everything you need here, and everything you didn’t know you needed before. (Text: Lisa Strube / Photos: Heipl)

Heipl, Schlesische Str.30, 10997 Berlin–Kreuzberg, map
Mon–Fri 10–18h, Sat 12–18h
@heiplberlin

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UP AND COMING BERLIN: DIVERSE FOOD & DRINKS DELIVERED — RECOMMENDED BY SÖREN ZUPPKE

UP AND COMING BERLIN: DIVERSE FOOD & DRINKS DELIVERED — RECOMMENDED BY SÖREN ZUPPKE

Necessity is the mother of invention. And Up and Coming Berlin, a delivery service founded by Omiomi’s Chelsea Turowsky, shows how with innovation you can make something good out of a crisis. With support from Mark Andre Pennock from Bon Bock, this service brings the best of Berlin’s producers to your front door. The aim is to support small producers in gaining more visibility, and the result is a steadily growing and lovingly composed online market featuring food, drinks and home goods. The great thing about it is that besides products from gastro favorites like OttoMotel and The Panda Noodle you can also find lesser-known (but no less great) offerings including sourdough bread from 100 Brote, tortillas from Cintli or halva sweets from 1777 Confectionery. To get them sent directly to your door, order by Wednesday evening for delivery on Friday. Top tip: add a few bottles of wine and kombucha to your basket and you’ll be set for a perfect picnic. (Text: Sören Zuppke / Photos: Milena Carstens)

Sören Zuppke has lived in Berlin for five years. He is a co-founder of Studio Aperitivo and works at consultancy Bureau N.

Up and Coming Berlin – orders can be placed online
Delivering within Neukölln, Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Schöneberg, Charlottenburg, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg & Wedding (€30 minimum order)
@upandcomingberlin

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TOM ÀDAM: FAMILY-RUN CLOTHING LABEL FOR TASTEFUL ESSENTIALS

TOM ÀDAM: FAMILY-RUN CLOTHING LABEL FOR TASTEFUL ESSENTIALS

Stripped-back design and high-quality materials is the name of the game at family-run Tom Àdam, a men’s underwear and swim shorts label launched in 2015. Their styles are minimalist and refined and the colors natural, with grays, light browns and soft blues for a relaxed palette. Behind the collection is founder Tom Adam Vitolins, who alongside his father approaches design with a level of care and thoughtfulness that could only come from a family business. Whilst swim shorts and boxers are their first love, the Berlin-Parisian label have added Peruvian wool pullovers and most recently unisex pyjamas (pictured) to the collection. Extra thought goes into the material choice, with Italian cotton, rose-bush viscose and modal keeping the footprint low. So whether you’re already planning a day by the lake or just stocking up on essentials, this is your go-to family firm. (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Filips Smits for Tom Àdam)

Tom Àdam
@tomadam_official

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SCHMILBLICK: THE NEW HOME OF GARDEN STATE CANDLES COMBINING CAFE AND CONCEPT STORE IN ONE

SCHMILBLICK: THE NEW HOME OF GARDEN STATE CANDLES COMBINING CAFE AND CONCEPT STORE IN ONE

Cafe and boutique Schmilblick is named after an imaginary object from France that, it is said, can do anything. And true to its name, this new space from the Garden State Candles team offers truly endless possibilities: you can come and enjoy a coffee and homemade sugar-glazed brioche from in-house master baker Ludo Legrand at one of the sunny tables. Or make your own bouquet at the dried flower bar. Or spend a while sniffing the natural soy wax candles created by Garden State’s founder Maya Sriqui, before getting handy yourself at one of the soon-to-come candle making and flower arranging workshops. Even if you just want to grab a quick espresso, welcoming you at this bright, expansive space is a team so happy to be there that you’ll probably end up sticking around so they can serve you a sandwich and show you around the fragrances, glassware, ceramics and locally-produced artworks all tastefully displayed on tables and walls. The team treat Schmilblick as their second home, and after spending an hour or two there, you’ll realize why. (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Savannah van der Niet)

Schmilblick, Pettenkoferstr.6, 10247 Berlin–Friedrichshain; map
Cafe: Tue–Sun 9–18h
Shop: Tue–Sat 11–19h
Corona note: you can eat & drink in from Friday 15.05.2020
@schmilblick.berlin
@gardenstatecandlestudio

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