You could say a window of opportunity opened

Urbanpuls, the Berlin-based design platform has taken inspiration from its surroundings and created a simple but ever so clever idea to give plant pots a new lease of life and a decidedly urban wrap.

Meanwhile looking at a different, but equally metropolitan Hackney-landscape, graphic artist and model maker Nick Sellek has been playing with the ideas of using the windows of residential blocks in London, Berlin and New York to create wrapping paper, cards and more.

Never have two ideas segwayed so effectively.




The creative offspring of Fiona and Svenn Hirschmann, brings together Fiona’s design and photographic skills and Svenn’s knowledge as Editor in Chief of a Berlin architecture magazine. Current projects include the creating of Instagram content for the Bauhaus Archiv (which will reopen in 2022) and a photo series Berlin Vintage Photographer



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