KINK BAR & RESTAURANT
Home & Decor Singapore|November 2021
The restaurant, bar and culinary laboratory in one brightens up its industrial surroundings.
KARINE MONIE

Berlin, a city renowned for embracing avant-garde concepts, used to be home to the Pfefferberg, born in 1990 from the locals’ desire to gather in one place. It is now one of Berlin’s most fashionable spots with a thriving cultural, commercial, and social scene. Eleven venues make up this project, including Olafur Eliasson’s art studio, the Aedes Architekturforum galleries and the recently opened KINK restaurant, bar and culinary lab.

Situated in a renovated industrial building that was a brewery warehouse in the mid-19th century, KINK offers a multifaceted experience. For example, Spaceknot (Pfefferberg), the large light installation by Swiss contemporary artist Kerim Seiler, hangs 8m above your head and contains more than 100m of red neon tubes.

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