People interested in Mid-century interior design have a new place-to-be at Strausberger Platz in Berlin: On 19th March, the Gallery Central Berlin opened its doors. The opening was celebrated with an exclusive opening party. As a part of it, the “CENTRAL BERLIN – DDR limited” book was launched. Alongside the 150 invited guests, the launch party was attended by Einar Skjerven, CEO of the Skjerven Group and owner of Central Berlin, Stephan Schilgen and Andre M. Wyst, co-authors of the photographic volume published by Gestalten Verlag. Besides, Sissl Tolaas, the famous odor researcher and artist, attended the event.
Yesterday, Thursday evening, was the official opening of Gallery Central Berlin at Strausberger Platz as part of the “CENTRAL BERLIN – DDR limited” book launch.
On 19.03 the wait is over! “Central Berlin – DDR limited Gallery” at Strausberger Platz is celebrating its launch with an opening party. And what should you expect? Well, everything and anything connected with Mid-Century architecture and interior design!
Berlin has more green spaces than any other major European city. You might almost say it’s as much a park as it is a city. And the same is true in and around Strausberger Platz.
image courtesy of derProjektor / photocase.de
You don’t have to go too far in Berlin to discover the traces and scars of the city’s history. For Ostalgie fans, nostalgic for aspects of life in East Germany, the city has a great deal to offer. For those who want to take a stroll in the footsteps of the GDR, here are a number of sights and attractions that should definitely not be missed.
image courtesy of FOTOliziös / photocase.de