Art direction and design for the homonymous exhibition organized by Goethe Institut Thessaloniki in association with the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art. Berliner Zimmer is a characteristic of the upper-class home in late 19th – early 20th century Berlin. It is an elongated room which connects the front part of the house (that of the masters), to the side or back wing of the house (that of the servants). It is used as a space to entertain guests, as a living room or central room, but also as a passage to the other rooms of the house. Gradually, its use is transformed, “democratized” in a way, though preserving its quality as a meeting point for the house tenants.