KW Institute for Contemporary Art with SKAGEN


The weather in Berlin over the weekend wasn’t the best, sure the sun was shining but the temperatures were several degrees below zero, and that’s why we decided to find a creative hideout.
The KW Institute for Contemporary Art presents the first survey on the work of Trix & Robert Haussmann in Germany, which showcases an array of projects, spanning over half a century of production and research as well as additional interventions by designer Inside Outside / Petra Blaisse and artists Liam Gillick and Karl Holmqvist.


KW Contemporary Art Center Berlin














The best day to visit the art center, would be during the week, just make sure you double check their opening times. There was enough room to explore all the different sections without too many people interfering despite it being a Saturday. One of my favorite things to do once finished the tour of the exhibitions is to visit the little cafe right in the courtyard of the museum. It’s very small but they have wonderful cakes and a great friendly service. I was able to create this experience in collaboration with SKAGEN. A wonderful creative partner that has allowed me to experiment with creative content around their new fantastic smartwatch. As you might have already seen on my stories, I use it to get directions, read my incoming messages as well as keeping up with my email and agenda. It’s the only tech accessory that I can pull off without breaking off an outfit, and we all know what that feels like.
This is the SKAGEN Smartwatch Falster in total black.




SKAGEN Smartwatch Falster












In the first part of this collaboration I show you how I stay connected through Whatsapp without having to get my phone out all the time which I find it to be an extremely valuable asset especially on cold days, or even when biking around the city. It’s one of the features I find myself using the most, especially when I’m traveling. Another one I can no longer live without is the Google Maps feature. You can set up the address you’re heading towards and the SKAGEN Smartwatch Falster does everything else without anybody noticing. You can zoom in and out, you can have a look at restaurants and shops close by and activate everything through they ‘Hey Google feature’. Overall it’s a tech accessory that I can’t possibly stay without now that’ve I’ve tried it and incorporated it into my daily routine. I love how I can stay digitally connected without the feeling of compromising on style.

You can get your daily dose of inspiration on SKAGEN’s instagram or SKAGEN’s Facebook accounts and if you missed the design related content created with SKAGEN in Milan, here’s the video on Fondazione Prada and the one onVilla Necchi Campiglio. Hope you’ve enjoyed the series!

*This post was sponsored by SKAGEN, all words and opinions are my own.

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