After a year of not being able to shop IRL, any announcement of new store openings excite us and that includes Universal Works’ new retail space in Berlin. Collaborating with close friend Trüffelschwein, the new space takes up its residence in the Mitte district of Berlin, just a stone throws away from Trüffelschwein. Keeping their ideologies of quality and assurance at the forefront of the new venture, the two parties are aiming to build upon their beliefs with the new opening and offer bespoke services tailored to their customers in-store.
Designed by renowned interior designer Ralf Linnenbrink, the store stays true to the local architectural flavour, while still incorporating the brand’s industrial and utilitarian roots. “I think we saw the growing interest in UW in Berlin and in Germany in general, and we simply got talking and excited about opening a store together a few years back but we wanted to ﬁnd the right location close to their current store and the right size,” founder David Keyte revealed when discussing the opening of the store. “Covid got in the way a little bit but in the end, we found a great spot and here we are!”
The new store is currently open to the public with the official opening set for 25th September 25th. For more information visit universalworks.com