About Carolin
Carolin Wanitzek is an independent scenographer and set designer from Germany. She designs three dimensional installations using various materials. Working in the field of scenography she blends graphic design, set design and photography to develop concepts for extraordinary worlds. Her work is published in digital media, magazines and catalogues. She also constructs designobjects which appears in interior design and public places. Currently she is working for national and international clients like Hewlett-Packard, Vodafone, Spiegel Verlag and the BASF and is partner at OUI R Creative Studio.
http://www.carolinwanitzek.de
Current city: Mannheim
Other cities: New YorkParis
Carolin Wanitzek is an independent scenographer and set designer from Germany. She designs three dimensional installations using various materials. Working in the field of scenography she blends graphic design, set design and photography to develop concepts for extraordinary worlds. Her work is published in digital media, magazines and catalogues. She also constructs designobjects which appears in interior design and public places. Currently she is working for national and international clients like Hewlett-Packard, Vodafone, Spiegel Verlag and the BASF and is partner at OUI R Creative Studio.
 
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A great place with a wonderful view over the roofs of Mannheim. There is also a terrace, which is a perfect place to stop for dinner or some drinks after visiting the "Planken". 
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If you like delicious and high quality food, beautiful arranged, Emma Wolf is the right place. I was there at my 33. and it was an amazing dinner with a perfect service. I also love their plates! They are handmade especially for Emma Wolf. 
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The new Kunsthalle will open in June 2018! I will be at the GRAND OPENING at the 1st of June :) 
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Paperboy has a very cool and friendly atmosphere. You get fresh food and very delicious sandwiches! Perfect shop to have lunch after exploring the neighborhood.
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Mannheim has a lot to offer and you will notice that culinary diversity is very important here. The restaurant is centrally located in the squares. The interior is modern in design, with a great deal of attention to detail and a relaxed atmosphere. I love  the extraordinary culinary concept: all dishes are vegetarian or vegan. The concept of the shop is based on the Californian burritos. This means that you can have a quick lunch in the Burrito Baby without losing too much time. Nevertheless, the Burrito baby is not a fast-food restaurant.
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