Berlin Design

Berlin Design

Berlin inspires – so it’s no wonder that the density of designers with their own stores and ateliers is the highest in Germany. From clothing through furniture up to accessories and everyday items such as bottle openers – there is everything that you already know but in a new design so that you won’t necessarily recognise it again. From individual pieces to limited special editions or also serial production – in Berlin’s design shops everyone will find what they’re looking for. Or also what they have never looked for.

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In the Hackescher Markt 200 young designers & manufactories present their high quality products at Promobo, including many unique pieces and small series...
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Where Friedrichstraße and Georgenstraße cross (S-Bahnbogen 201), there do fashion-conscious princesses and princes experience the glamourous Glööckler world of lifestyle.
Mariangeles Aguirre, a professional guide and upcycling designer, and Anna Perrottet, an expert in Eco Fashion, guide the guests of the GREEN FASHION Tours Berlin by...
As the oldest German Museum of Decorative Arts, the institution, located within the Kulturforum, presents European art handicrafts from the Middle Ages to the present on...
Furniture is made after 8 pm by the Berliners Mark Bergold, Julian Jaede and Martin Schmid. Before 8 pm, they design cars as this is their actual profession. Since 2007...
of/Berlin is the first platform for design accessories and souvenirs from Berlin. Besides shipping the webshop products to all destinations within Europe, the start-up...
Everything from coffee bag hats to oil drum lamps - Upcycling Deluxe turns would-be trash into real designs! Stylish, sustainable, and fair! Upcycling is the new magic...
The Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge (Museum of Things) is a museum of 20th and 21st century product culture, characterised by the industrial mass production of goods....
Berlin's pedestrian crossing symbol, the Ampelmännchen, was developed in 1961 by traffic psychologist Karl Peglau for the GDR Ministry for Transport to stem the...
Andreas Murkudis has been working in the art scene for almost 15 years, directing the Museum der Dinge, a designmuseum in Berlin. When he opened his store, he envisioned...
No mass-produced goods, no polyester, no cheesy bears, no frills, this is children's fashion by Batata. Instead, nice low volume productions with fabrics made of organic...
A young, creative, family-run business, where all the goods on sale are produced by hand with a loving eye for detail. Here, beautiful one-of-a-kind items are created,...
The world's largest mass-produced 3-D printers come from Berlin. Able to print 3-D objects with a volume of more than one cubic metre, the BigRep ONE.2 is further proof...
Original Berlin-style bonbons from home-made productions - a true high-point of sweet-tooth heaven! Over 30 varieties of delicious bonbons are on offer here, and the...
Dusty, boring gifts are a thing of the past. This clever little shop offers Berlin souvenirs not to be found anywhere else, each one of them the product of young...
One woman. One dress. C’est tout. The collections of this Berlin label shine with an unpretentious sense of effortlessness. C’est tout shows all the facets of a dress....
The Cotton Farm offers the hottest shirts with trendy Berlin graphics - designs range from the Berliner bear to the iconic TV tower. A favourite of ‘natives’ and...
Singers Bela B. (Die Ärzte) and Marilyn Manson love the fashions by Israeli designer Itamar Zechoval, who's now offering bespoke men's fashion in his salon Dandy of the...
Handmade in Berlin: cool products with wit and class can be found at DREIZWEI Berlin, a mix of a design agency, jeans factory and shop. The scarves, teddies and...
Handbags crocheted of nylon threads - where can you find something like that? That's simple: at "Plastetasche.de", the label of designer Christiane Grafe who has...
So what is Berlin’s scent? “Energetic, free, vibrant,” as FRAU TONIS PARFUM describes its eau de cologne dedicated to the city. Since 2009, the elegant perfumery has...
The Goldsteg designer outlet offers discerning customers a wide and constantly changing range of exclusive fashions. Quality labels such as BOSS, Burberry, Versace,...
Bringing back some Höflich chocolate from your trip to Berlin is bound to go down well with those who stayed behind. They’re crispy and tasty and packed in an attractive...
ic! Berlin designs, manufactures and markets metal-frame eyewear without screws. Feather-weight and built to last, they have been manufactured with loving craftsmanship...
Behind the "Koko Schultz & Freunde" store there is a collective of Berlin designers, all of them dedictaed to full product and design sustainability. Products are...
One of a kind designer pieces, from basics to high fashion and jewellery in all forms and colours. The store intends by way of regular exhibitions to specifically...
In the beginning, Lala Berlin stood mostly for exclusive knitwear. By now, the label has developed a series of innovative mixed materials and shines with an...
Those who want to wear tomorrow's fashion today and would like to discover their fashionable style again can find clothes for every occasion from diverse collections in...
You can find hand-picked items from the entire world at Hackescher Markt between the flagship stores of exclusive designers. Fashion victims and stylists pass each other...
He belongs to the most successful Berliner fashion designers: Michael Michalsky—classic styles combined with street wear influences, discrete luxury and big city...
Kino International – © Yorck Kinogruppe

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.