#btconf Berlin, Germany 06 - 08 Nov 2017

On this page you find all information concerning the venues, suggestions for hotels as well as a brief description about how to get to the conference. If anything is missing, or you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact us!

Admiralspalast

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The Admiralspalast can look back on a more than one hundred years old moving history, coined by many different cultural influences and historical developments.

In 1873, an artesian salt water spring is uncovered by chance in the middle of downtown Berlin during construction work at Friedrichstrasse 101/ 102, the grounds of the former Admiral’s Quarters. With its opening, the Admiralsgartenbad becomes one of Berlin’s first public baths. It is built by the architects Kyllmann and Heyden. 1889/ 1890 The Admiralsgartenbad is expanded into a three-story bath

Nowadays two theaters are located in the Admiralspalast and we are happy to have found a very nice location for beyond tellerrand // BERLIN.

Admiralspalast

Friedrichstr. 101
10117 Berlin

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Neue Mälzerei

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In the third year running beyond tellerrand in Berlin we have to find a new venue for the third time now to run our workshops.

This time we found the Neue Mälzerei, a lovely event venue housed in a former brewery. One hundred years ago, the rooms we are using were used to dry the malt for making beer. And now we are hosting our workshops in them. The venue is just a few minutes away from Alexanderplatz. All our rooms (up to four workshops) including catering is located on the 5th floor (elevator available).

Nowadays all of the event space at Neue Mälzerei is supplied with 100% green energy. The rooms are heated with district heating, otherwise known as teleheating or network heating, making use of left-over energy from the wider district.

Neue Mälzerei

Friedenstraße 91
10249 Berlin

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p98a (letterpress workshop)

Since we started our Berlin edition, we organise a letterpress workshop at the work space called p98a founded by Erik Spiekermann and Jan Gassel a few years back. It is a lovely space and the workshop is a wonderful chance to experience some printing history.

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p98a
Potsdamer Strasse 98a
10785 Berlin

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