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Designer: Dave Komar
Project Area: 140 sq. m
Project Year: 2022
Location: Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Deutschland

Prenzlauer Berg is the most urban district of Pankow, second-largest borough by area of Berlin. In the minds of wider public it is associated with bohemians, state-independent artists, and the gay community. Prenzlauer Berg was an important site for the peaceful revolution that brought down the Berlin Wall in 1989.
Countless pubs, restaurants, cafés, galleries and little shops create a day and nightlife atmosphere unique from the rest of Berlin. Along with Schöneberg, Neukölln and Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg is a focal point of the Berlin art scene. Since the 1990's the borough has experienced rapid gentrification, due to which it's popularity rose and it became home to the so-called bohémiens bourgeois, a.k.a. affluent bohemians.
There's a unique Mitteleuropean buzz and glow to Prenzlauer Berg. It is is characterized by Wilhelmine buildings, that were erected at the turn of the 20th century. Many areas of the borough have become trendy shopping areas with streetstyle fashion designers selling their wares in its boutiques.
Prenzlauer Berg brings together all the dissonant strands of the pre-Facebook world — arty, theatre, film, publishing, journalism. The area has texture due to it's diverse population. Here different subcultures share tastes and space, customs and attitudes.
November is a contemporary Japanese brasserie with modern cuisine based on finest quality fish and seafood that we import directly from fish markets. Our concepts are built around upholding high quality standards for food, an approach that earned us a great deal of trust among foodies and epicureans. We are in love with ingredients, not stories and myths.
All of our restaurants are the hot hearts of fomo. We will refresh the site that is tired but well-located and turn it into a hotspot, conducive to lively and intelligent discussion. November will be be elegant and glamorous without being inaccessible.
We see the site as a home of soigné internationalism, the atmosphere of a speakeasy. It will communicate a sense of warmth and belonging thanks to friendly, tactfully upbeat service.
The iconic site will be carefully refreshed. To create a soignée hotspot, we will restore the precious molding, the bar and keep the classic, beloved identity of the spot. To highlight the the architectural history of the space, we will add Bauhaus furniture and lighting.

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