Where the runway meets the street

Andreas Murkudis founded his renowned concept store in Berlin in 2003, but was recently forced to relocate when the shop’s former location in Mitte’s Münzstraße (man, do we like scharfes) was sold. His team was able to find a bright and spacious new home in the former Tagesspiegel newspaper building in northern Schöneberg (we want to put umlauts on everything, BTdubs). “The all white and bright space opened after six months of heavy renovation last July and is now located on 1000sqm in the former printing machine and packaging halls with an interior design by Gonzales Haase,” Stil in Berlin tells us.

The store is generally well-regarded for excellent curating of wares (all handled exclusively by Murkudis himself) which include high fashion collections by Céline and Dries van Noten, porcelain designs by Nymphenburg and chocolates from Hamann. From these photos it looks like one hell of a place to peruse. As if we needed another reason to head to Berlin.

A detailed look at the store follows here.

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