Mostly being known as “the party city of Europe” the capital of Germany has more to offer than Berghain, inexpensive beer, and a flourishing start-up scene.
Photographer Stefan Haehnel and musician Vvarholla met up and explored Berlin’s deep colours, diverse architecture, and warm cafe’s during the brisk fall. Throughout the journey the two tastemakers take advantage of the season’s colours, mood and limited lighting for 24 hours on two wheels – the Berlin way…
10 AM – Meeting up with Andrew to make our way to the Jewish Museum Berlin
11:30 AM – Admiring the architecture of one of the largest Jewish museums in Europe
1:00 PM – Wandering around West-Berlin and taking in the shapes and colors that Autumn brings
3:00 PM – While heading into Kreuzberg we are stopping to have a closer look at the numerous murals the city has to offer
6 PM – Our last stop is Café Mirika where we warm up with hot cup of coffee