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Blogfabrik – Seni seviyorum!

The BLOGFABRIK (eng. Blog Factory) is like a modern-day equivalent of Andy Warhol’s »Factory«. It’s a place to experiment with plenty of bright workstations, a fully-equipped photo studio and a spacious event lounge.

Bloggers, Instagrammers, YouTubers and many other freelancers from the film, photography and PR sectors meet and work within these stylish 555 m2. It’s basically a mecca for people who hang out with their computer more often than their friends.

The loft is decorated in pastel colours (or »ice cream colours«, as our Roma would say) with super cute furnishings, and features an event room, workstations for video editing, conference rooms and a photo studio. It really makes my little designer heart beat faster!

For my part, I’m just really happy that renk. gets to be a part of this crew and we can meet people doing the same thing as us. In terms of content, each of the Blog Manufacturers (can I make the name catch on?) is going in a different direction. Motorbikes, amusing notepads, portraits of singles, yoga –it’s all here. Some of our colleagues include: Notes of BerliniheartberlinAMY & PINKpaperboatsINDIE MagazineArtconnect BerlinFinding BerlinDas FilterCRAFTRADNothing but Hope and PassionTANZKINDim gegenteil and Fvck Lucky Go Happy. And probably a few more I’ve forgotten…!

So before I get to the photos, which I don’t want to deprive you of any longer, here’s the cherry on the cake: we don’t just sit together in one space, looking good and drinking Club Mate, but we’re all working on a project together.

I’m talking about „Daily Bread“. Daily Bread is an independent online magazine where everyone writes about their own specialist topics. renk. is covering German-Turkish creatives and the topic of »exceptional relationships«, of course. And here is our first article on the typical Turkish cliché.

We’re excited about everything to come!

Text: Melisa Karakuş
Images: Christoph Neumann





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