The annual Sitzfeldt dinner seems to be becoming a tradition! The Sitzfeldt team chooses its photoshooting locations wisely: They have to come with a kitchen, serve as a photo set by day and be able to magically transform into dinner party locations at night - last year we were invited to the Apartment, this year it was the Gebrüder Fritz Location in good old Charlottenburg. There we could catch a glimpse of the new sofa and side table collection, chat with the "Sitzfeldt family" - founders Anna, Clemens and Julius and photographer Andy Küchenmeister - and get to know another member of the extended family, designer Steffen Kehrle. He presented his work to us and gave some interesting insights into the designing process at Sitzfeldt.
Okay, I'm still here. I've been here all the time but my transition into the new year (which isn't new anymore, I know) wasn't as smooth as I expected it to be. It's all good now, but I didn't feel like posting pictures or sharing anything during the past weeks. But now! Here are some impressions from our trip to the sunny south of France over christmas. It was the first time I spent christmas in a warm and sunny place and: it wasn't too bad. I didn't miss ANYthing.
It was also my first trip to Nice and I must say I fell in love with that city a little bit - we just spent one day there but I was surprised how beautiful it is. I have a love-hate relationship with the french language because I've always wanted to learn it but never really succeeded in it which is why I always kind of avoided the country, being like: Pah, France, I don't need you and that arrogant language I don't speak! I guess I had to be forced by some of my (french speaking...) family members who picked the Côte d'Azur as our christmas destination to get over that trauma. France, I still don't speak your beautiful arrogant language, but I like you!