My City / Your City: Constraints of the Collective
An Evening Salon & Party in partnership with Airbnb | Powered by reSITE in cooperation with Studio Lukas Feireiss and Goethe-Institut Prag
reSITE Salon Berlin
December 1, 2017
Join an exclusive event in a fascinating venue, FvF Friends Space in Berlin. Salon organized in partnership with Airbnb.
Friends Space | FvF, Glogauer Straße 2, Berlin, Germany
Walking or bike
FvF is located on Glogauer Straße 2, in Kreuzberg-Berlin. And, Görlitzer Park is just nearby. So walking or biking to the venue will be pleasant.
- Subway: U1-Görlitzer Bahnhof
- Bus: M29
Parking space? You should figure this out... We don't suggest going there by car anyways.
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