The Wilhelm Studios are an adventurous place for art, culture, and congresses in the north of Berlin. Designed around 1900 by the very busy Pankow master mason Christian Friedrich Malingriaux and built by the architect Hermann Streubel, the workshops have undergone only a few changes since its conversion.
Whether it is a meeting, conference or international congress lasting several days, art exhibitions, food events or influencer parties – the possibilities of happenings in these listed halls are endless. The renovated clinker brick ensemble already hosts various halls, loft areas and offices for creative people and companies. Cultural events, concerts, exhibitions, or modern trade fair concepts fit in here perfectly.
Area: 8.000 sqm
Capacity: 10 – 3000 Guests
Facilities: On request
Address : Kopenhagenerstr. 60-68, 13407 Berlin

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