Row NYC Making you feel brand new featured

Running a hotel in a city that never sleeps might sound like a bad idea. But firstly, it’s only a catchphrase people. And secondly, there’s a new breed of hotels that are harnassing rather than fighting the raw energy of the city – without sacrificing even one of your forty winks.

Since opening towards the start of 2014, Row NYC is a front-runner is this regard and as part of a…

Scheer They do make 'em like they used to featured

Scheer is a rare-breed: A bespoke shoemakers, traditional cobbler and artisanal leatherworkers, all expertly shaped and stitched into one. Upstairs in their lamp-lit atelier, custom-made shoes of phenomenal quality are crafted to order and then placed directly into customers’ hands.

Meanwhile, in the ground floor room — a stunning, high arc-ceilinged, open space with patchily patterned concrete walls, 19th century wall coverings and polished wooden floors — it’s all about goods and accessories: Bags, wallets, keyrings and iPhone covers amongst. And, to keep your goods going for life, Scheer also packs a cobblers-come-leather-hospital, where they can patch up anything from sneakers to suitcases.

Die Sellerie High time for high design

If you’re looking to pimp out your Wohnung with some hyper-stylish handcrafted furniture that’ll have the Joneses glued longingly to your windows as they internally combust with envy, Die Sellerie is your place. The brainchild of the graphic design quartet, Patrick Bauer, Ulrike Dorner, Georg Leditzky and Andreas Posselt, this boutique is a bona fide treasure trove of fine art prints, funky furniture and quirky conversation pieces—all manufactured with bespoke levels of care and attention to detail. And if it’s about time mum and dad got a little trendy, you can start easing them into a twilight of urban-living savvy with a unique piece from Sellerie’s razor-sharp selection of gift ideas.

Galerie Emanuel Layr Young at art

Layr Wuestenhagen originally opened in 2002 as a project space for emerging artists by two gallerists, Emanuel Layr and Thomas Wüstenhagen. After initial success and a hunger for larger projects, the gallery moved to a larger space, which now includes viewing galleries, offices and additional project spaces.

In March 2011 the gallery was reestablished under the directorship of Emanuel Layr, with a focus toward solo exhibitions occasionally punctuated by broadly scoped group shows. Since then the gallery’s eye for emerging talent has helped to support numerous young artists.

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