Andrea Hiller experienced the beauty of mosaic art in Barcelona in the summer of 2009. Fascinated by it she started to learn the art, both on her own and by participating in workshops of different mosaic artists. Nowadays she organizes workshops in her own studio and sells her works through her jewellery shop!
At Ka~Runa you can find treasures from far away countries like the slogan promises! From clothing and jewellery to lamps and decorative items you can find a lot. Fair trade and individuality of the treasures are especially close to their hearts.
natur-reich-inform / Kolakao
At KolaKao visitors of the EuroBean have the possibility to try a special drinking powder - the KolaKao! It contains about as much caffeine as regular coffee and is perfect for morning grumper. It is available in different variations with spices, other natural materials or unsweetened! Furthermore they offer a variety of other products which you can discover at the EuroBean!
At Paisa Paisa you can find clothing, decoration, gifts and much more, mostly coming from India, Nepal or Thailand. The founder Andrea Beutler is regularly on the spot to trace the origin of the goods and to contact the suppliers directly.
In Chemnitz you can find Paisa Paisa on the Kaßberg, at the Walter-Oertel corner Franz-Mehring-Straße, or in Jena.
More information can be found on Facebook/Paisa Paisa
Schauwerkstatt zum Weihrichkarzl
Since 1930 the Huss family has been producing "Weihrichskarzln" (fumigating candles) with a lot of love and passion. In 1990, 20 years after the closure of "HUSS Räucherkerzenfabrik" (HUSS Smoking Candle Factory), Jürgen Huss revived his grandfather's and father's business under the name "HUSS Räucherkerzenherstellung" (HUSS Smoking Candle Production) and works according to old tradition with all natural raw materials to produce fragrances "like in the old days"!
Grit Lorenz (YUCON) lives and works in the midst of nature without a predetermined time grid. In a community of creative people she creates new values with love and passes them on to her creations. She works with materials that nature gives her - clay, wood, metal and much more. At extraordinary places in the region she offers the possibility to acquire her work and to get into conversation with her.