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.

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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