All posts and stories tagged with 'founder'

09 Apr

While Julie Donckers already had to leave Berlin again, it will always be the place where she got inspired for her online magazine Why Not Monday: “Every coffee bar / restaurant / shop / event has its own identity because their owners make it so personal. This inspires me to pursue my own plans for the future and to follow my dreams. I do really miss Berlin.” Read the story…

10 Jan
Ian in front of one of the many doors painted with graffiti at Zossener Strasse.
Ian in front of one of the many doors painted with graffiti at Zossener Strasse.

For English graphic designer and founder of All The World’s A Page Ian Warner in Berlin “so much has changed over the years, and being witness to that is a big source of inspiration”. And so he began to wonder whether it’s possible to fit one book onto one page… Read the story…

05 Sep
Toni at her favorite place in Berlin, Tegel airport
Toni at her favorite place in Berlin, Tegel airport
“I love that the creative scene and the start-up scene often blend together, which enables really interesting new concepts.” says Antonia Neubauer, co-founder of sisterMAG and Carry-On Publishing. “We literally often just go out and come back with a bunch of incredible new people.”  Read the story…
27 Aug
Rowan and Alex at their favorite place in Berlin, 'Zur wilden Renate' in Friedrichshain
Rowan and Alex at their favorite place in Berlin, 'Zur wilden Renate' in Friedrichshain
Kiezoper – bringing opera to Berlin’s special places – was founded, when English/Scottish team Rowan and Alex met at a bar in Berlin. “At the time it was just really nothing more than a crazy, elaborate scheme cooked up over a few too many Dunkel biers. I’m sure we have all have done that plenty of times, but rare is it that they come to fruition in quite the way this has…” Read the story…
15 Aug
Sylee at her favorite place in Berlin, the 'Wien Lukatsch Gallery' in Schöneberg
Sylee at her favorite place in Berlin, the 'Wien Lukatsch Gallery' in Schöneberg
After more than 10 years of living in the city, “a feeling of belonging in Berlin comes and goes.‘Berlin Reified’ remains an oasis, as a dozen places in the city have become the rooms I live in.” “Street by street”, Sylee Gore, Indian-American writer and founder of ‘Berlin Reified’, still explores the city life of Berlin. Read the story…
08 Jul
James at his favorite place in Berlin, Café 'St. Oberholz' in Mitte
James at his favorite place in Berlin, Café 'St. Oberholz' in Mitte
We never get bored of the place” says English writer James Glazebrook about his motivation to write the blog ‘Überlin’ about Berlin. “The fact that we’re non-natives with less-than-perfect German keeps us in a constant state of discovery, in a city that always feels new to us in some way.” Read the story…