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Shopping, Art, craft and hobbies
Modulor, Shops, Berlin
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Time Out says

The innocuous Moritzplatz roundabout was always a no man’s land, but there have been a fair few high-profile shops opening around there, including a high-end kitchen appliance shop, a banh-mi café and the Prince Charles nightclub. One of the first, though, was Modulor, a paradise for the crafty, with absolutely anything and everything an artist or designer might need. Over a number of floors, everything is logically laid out – rolls of bizarre synthetic materials stacked up for use by product designers or experimental fashion students, but also more traditional art supplies: row after row of coloured pencils, markers, chalks, charcoals, oils and acrylics. They also offer services like cutting, laser etching and rental of tools. It’s also a great place to come for decorative ideas for the more DIY-minded, as they sell shaped objects, metallic papers, printed wallpapers and plastic models which can be used around the house.



Address: Prinzenstrasse 85

Transport: U8 Moritzplatz.
Opening hours: Open 9am-8pm Mon-Fri; 10am-6pm Sat.

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