Between Time Pop Up Shop in Berlin

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Wallstrasse 85 is quite a hidden gem of a location in Berlin. Soon to be completely renovated the amazing space that seems like a time pocket of decayed ûbber luxury has been turned into a furniture pop up shop for September only.

Named Between Time, the shop is curated by interior architect Gisbert Pöppler and vintage furniture dealer Erik Hofstetter, in collaboration with prestigious design brands such as  Azucena, Dedar, Farrow & Ball, and a collection of artists. The space is a showcase of fine furnishings and art, featuring items sourced from Europe, Asia and beyond.  Unlike other events of its kind, Between Time breaks away from conventions of the typical showroom mono-culture, carving its own space that is part interior architecture studio, part fine art gallery and part home furnishings boutique.

Between Time
Open through September 22, 2013.
Monday to Friday 1 pm – 7 pm, Saturday 11 am – 5 pm.
Wallstr. 85, 10179 Berlin, Germany.

Read more: Gisbert Pöppler

Read more: Erik Hofstetter

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One Response to “Between Time Pop Up Shop in Berlin”
  1. Adam P. says:

    The expression shabby chic has never been more adequate than in this case, I think. I wouldn´t change a thing about this space! Any major intervention would only rob it of its unbelievable charm and the feeling of the past. I know it´s a shop right now, but to me this place looks like a perfect choice for an artist´s studio. Just imagine large oversized canvases and tins of paint everywhere..

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