Pure Pause Berlin

Pure Pause shop on Dudenstrasse in Berlin

 

PURE PAUSE

Where food for thought meets creative thinking

 

You may know Dudenstraße from it’s proximity to the renowned Tempelhofer feld. But just around the corner from Mehringdamm lies a beautiful building by architect Max Taut, called Haus der Buchdrucker. The lego-like appearance with it’s primary coloured frames is enough to make you stop and admire, but it’s the beautifully designed branding of the Pure Pause store, that prompted me to take a closer look.

 

Pure Pause, Products made in Berlin

 

The green pastel and vibrant orange of the Pure Pause space reminds me of a retro 70’s interior, but with beautifully designed shelves and well selected used furniture, the look is refreshingly different from the grandma’s-house-turned-café appearance of so many Berlin establishments.

 

Behind sea blue french doors lies the Pure Pause innovation lab or salon, a space for interactive workshops and events. Custom-made modular furniture allows one to transform and adapt the environment to different needs. Here the furniture becomes a conversation piece along with facilitating interactions between people, like a settee, designed for intimate discussions that converts into stepped seating for a bigger audience.

 

Pure Pause innovation lab

 

The space is intended to encourage innovative ways of thinking and, as the perfect juncture between taste and likes, Pure Pause employs food as a neutral territory to kickstart conversations. The adjacent shop stocks a carefully selected assortment of unusual refreshments created and produced in Berlin. They focus on products and producers with unique characters, things like a caffeinated soda made from sun dried coffee cherries or fruit liquor from natural botanics; interesting stories to jumpstart creative discussions.

 

Made-in-Berlin-refreshments-and-Pure-Pause

 

The shop is open only on Fridays, but you can also order food parcels as gifts or refreshment packages for events or seminars. So even if you don’t intend to host a workshop or kickstart a corporate event, you can still enjoy the wonderful selection of made-in-Berlin sweats and treats. More information around bookings and opening times can be found on their website.

 

Workshop area at Pure Pause in Berlin

workshop-area-at-pure-pause

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One Response

  1. I LOVE the design! Beautiful photos.

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