“No one ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and they‘re not the same person.”
Klosterstraße has always had a central significance: it is one of the oldest streets in Berlin. The name goes back to the Grey Monastery, a former Franciscan monastery. The street also lends its name to the entire district, where numerous monuments are located. And it is framed by imposing buildings such as the Old City Hall, the Parochial Church, and the Dutch Embassy.
For a long time, the building at number 62 was the address of our project K62. A large number of Berlin start-ups had their offices here. That address still exists. But the doors have closed on K62, because the new
project at this location is called Sixty2.
We are left with many beautiful photos and memories of K62. The mural by artist @t_w_o_o_n_e is also one of them.
Unfortunately, it turned out to not be possible to preserve it.
Panta rhei – everything flows and nothing remains forever.