Most of our designers (for now at least) come from Barcelona and we wanted to show off the city more aligned as it actually is: not just beaches, sangria and Gaudi, but much more urban than you imagine, full of creative artisans that fill the small workshops in the old town, music, street style and and all this within a family flair, that you don’t get from the big Urbs.
We filmed our Intro video pre-corona times and as you can imagine, a lot has changed since then. As a thank you to those who have participated and as a small help & promotion for them as local businesses in these difficult times,
here is a short presentation of each one of the participants.
We picked them for our video because they have particularly artisanal value for our Born Neighborhood, making this area what it is and what we love.
Hopefully all those small characterful businesses can survive these times and keep our neighborhood colorful and vibrant.
Vinyl Record store in the Gothic quarter run by Maximo, where you can find your rare vinyl records. He also organizes local music Events from DJ battles to New Release – presentations to add to the local community.
Skate Board and clothing shop in the heart of Born right in front of Convent Sant Agusti. They also give skate lessons to the local kids with special patience to the smalles ones. This is a really nice little community spot.
A corner café in El Born run by a Tibetan and Spanish couple serving sandwiches, cakes, coffees and homemade masala chai teas throughout the day.
Address: Carrer d’En Mònec 6, Sant Pere, Barcelona
Tel: 672 96 52 38