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Noodles Prenzlauer Berg Guide

Kopenhagener Str. 66, Berlin – the headquarters of Studio Ziben – showroom / sale of selected products.

1. studio Ziben

Studio Ziben, Kopenhagener Str. 66, 10437 Berlin The design furniture brand, established in 2009 in Berlin, is a collection of ideas of the creative: Mariusz Malecki. The furniture designs grow out of personal associations and images. Spontaneity and free thinking combine with functionality and timelessness. Bringing opposites together, telling a story or simply designing from the gut, that’s how Polish-born Marius Malecki works. Used is combined with new, bulky waste with high gloss from supposedly ugly becomes beautiful. Each piece is unique. Studio Ziben also creates small, modern furniture series such as writing and dining tables, shelves, wardrobes, beds and sofas. Simple and contemporary design characterizes each piece of handmade furniture. Upcycling furniture full of poetry.


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2. green living

Green Living, Schönhauser Allee 36, 10435 Berlin. Green Living offers customers a selection of special home furniture, lighting and home accessories, where design, ecology and quality craftsmanship are combined. The aim is to contribute with the products to a better quality of life and comfort without harming the environment. However, the focus is not only on the environment, but also on people’s health. Furnishings have a significant impact on indoor air. With their choice of furniture you want to make the indoor air as positive as possible. In concrete terms, this means: Avoidance of harmful varnishes and adhesives, the use of natural oils and certified textiles. Green Living creates furnishings with character for people who think design and act green. Noodles likes this attitude to life and environment.

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3. annachron Berlin

Annachron Berlin, Kopenhagener Str. 64, 10437 Berlin. Annachron is a veteran of the Berlin furniture business. The store, located at 64 Copenhagen St., offers select 60s furniture and lamps. When the corner store next door became vacant last year, a move and additional café opening took place. Now a separate room is only showroom, but still in the cafe room can also buy (almost) all the furniture. In the café there is everything in organic quality from espresso to cheesecake in Caribbean flair with many large plants (also for sale), flower hanging baskets from our own production, textile cables in many colors with or without bulbs LEDs, great 60s sofas, reupholstered, ceramics from the 60s and carpets from Morocco in collaboration with Bohazel. Furthermore, Annachron offers upholstery and curtain fabrics, as well as interior – consulting.

“We wanted to make a store that we liked ourselves. A place with fine, selected, potential favorite pieces, where you can feel comfortable, also like to stay longer, where you can meet like-minded people over a top-class coffee, exchange ideas about products and their backgrounds and where you at least leave with a lot of inspiration and felt time well spent.”

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4. geyersbach

Geyersbach, Kopenhagener Str. 19, 10437 Berlin Geyersbach gives discarded wood a second life as unique furniture. The old hallway becomes a stool, the chamber door becomes a bench, the baseboard becomes a shelf board. The furniture has to pass the cutting station and the sliding table saw until it shines in new splendor. Furthermore, the woods Geyersbach works with are a good hundred years old, you can’t practically buy them. The wood comes from founder stone houses in Berlin and Brandenburg. Each piece of Geyersbach furniture is unique in its wear, texture and history.

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5. rawtastic

Food tip: Rawtastic, Danziger Str. 16, 10435 Berlin. The Rawtastic team whips up wonderful, delicious raw-vegan versions of classic dishes. They offer the best plant-based meals with enzymes and nutrients intact, just as nature intended. In addition, you make, for example, own products such as nut milk, cold-pressed juices, kombucha, kimchi and much more. So healthy – and so delicious: simply Rawtastic.

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