Visiting three of the world’s most creative sources: Kreuzberg – Berlin
Berlin pleasantly impressed me and all the art that offers this European capital. Above all areas of the East, and specifically the district of Kreuzberg.
Although geographically located in the east of the city was occupied by the United States after the Second World War and remained on the Allied side after the construction of the Wall.
In addition to Turkish immigration, the neighborhood was attracting young creatives from around the world seeking cheap rents to live and start their new business. It was in Kreuzberg where the first coworking space http://betahaus.de/ of the city (and probably in Europe) started in January 2009, and since then have not stopped coming young talent to fill their rooms and workshops.
I got invited for one of their “Thursday’s Breakfast” and I could soak in the new trends of this platform and the new digital projects working in different co-workers in Berlin, Japan, Brazil, San Francisco… etc.
This new urban tribe charged with his MacBook and iPhone everywhere is called by the Berliners “Yukis” (Young Urban Kreative International).
Other coworking space to consider is BCN http://www.thebusinessclass.net/en/node/52 run by Manu Kumar, an Indian-born artist who promotes the creation of startups from its own space.
Also, as always in these areas can enjoy great fun as sailing plans for its canals, eat organic menus, attend exhibitions and have a drink in a live music rooms. Not for nothing has been home to musicians such as Iggy Pop and David Bowie, who composed his abum “Heroes” in the neighborhood.
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