I met Lotta a couple of months ago and since then couldn’t take my eyes off her. She’s a Weimaraner beauty of five years and lives in a spacious apartment in Prenzlauer Berg (if she’s not roaming the streets and parks). The newest addition to her home is a dog’s bed given to her by Berlin based dog label Cloud 7.
Category: At Home
I’ve had the idea of portraying chefs in their home for quite some time, there are so many people creating beautiful food but they don’t necessarily have or sometimes don’t even want a restaurant. I am very happy about the developments in the Berlin foodie scene and a growing and thriving scene of private chefs is a convincing proof for an enjoyable process. The first one in a hopefully long going series of portraits of chefs, is Daniel Groethus and his supper club and catering service Daniel’s Eatery.
Meet the wonderful Despina, the sedulous force behind so many projects and professions, you might not believe she still had the time to welcome me in her small apartment full of character in Mitte.
I’ve been living in Berlin for over ten years now and I still don’t get the feeling I discovered everything that’s worth discovering, I still feel like there are tons of restaurants, shops, food stores, galleries, movie theaters etc out there, that I don’t even have an idea of.
When I met Kavita just some weeks ago, this proved to be true once more.
Visiting Nella and Martin in her Mitte Plattenbau flat turned out to be the perfect Saturday activity – while having a coffee and chat with Nella, her daughter Tessa decided to build a road of books from the living room all the way to the kitchen, and finally invited us for a game of Mensch ärgere Dich nicht, a classic German board game.