The minute we saw those beautiful hand illustrations, we were in love. Today we’re very happy to talk to Sarah Carolin Neuendorf a.k.a. Gretas Schwester about her personal Berlin story.
1. When and why did you come to Berlin?
Acutally, I’m born in here, just like my Dad. That makes me a real Berlin-Girl.
It was just that one time, when I left Berlin to go to university.
2. How do you think Berlin is going to change within the next 10 years?
Berlin is becoming more and more international and cosmopolitan, but probably also a little bit more boring. I truly hope, that it won’t become another Hamburg or Munich, but stays more individual.
3. Your favorite Berlin designer/shop?
My favorite Berlin designer is Monkind, with whom I also share a studio store. I love our cooperation and their sustainable clothing. Even though I don’t have kids yet, I love to buy those products and give them to my nieces.
Crellestraße 3, 10827 Berlin
4. Where do you take your friends & family when they visit?
I take them on a walk through the area I live - Schöneberg. We lunch at Ixthys or at Schiller Burger and have Ice cream from Jones Ice Cream later. When the weather’s good, we relax at the park or stroll through different little shops of beautiful Akazienstrasse.
Pallasstraße 21, 10781 Berlin
Akazienstraße 2, 10823 Berlin
Jones Ice Cream
Goltzstraße 3, 10781 Berlin
5. Let's talk about food! What's your all-time favorite restaurant or street food place?
I love Korean food – especially Bibimbap. The best one’s served at Cooking Papa in Charlottenburg.
Wilmersdorfer Str. 72, 10629 Berlin
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