Between 2000 and 2003, the Historic Ring Chamber Kiln Hall along with the other architecturally significant buildings of the KPM QUARTER between Salzufer and Tiergarten S-Bahn station was extensively and sensitively renovated by the architects of Gerkan, Marg and Partner, who were mindful at all times of the conservation status of the area.
A large courtyard with a magnificent flight of steps leads to the imposing building with its striking roof structure made of 14 steel truss girders with a span of 23 metres and a length of 55 metres. Under this oldest surviving steel roof frame is the Historic Ring Chamber Kiln Hall. Porcelain was fired here until 1963. On the ground floor, the corridors to the right and left of the former kilns provide generous space for events. The unique atmosphere of heritage-protected industrial architecture provides the ideal setting for gala dinners, receptions or exhibitions.
|Floor area:||560,00 m²|
|Ceiling height:||3.10 rising to 5.25 metres|
|Capacity:||up to 300 people standing reception|
up to 220 people gala
up to 220 people banquet