Kochbox Berlin

Our combined Kochbox Lounge & Kochbox Cookery School location offers a total area of over 300 square metres and provides the perfect setting for events with up to 120 people. The location is situated in the historic S-Bahn arches nos. 95 and 96, directly on Alexanderplatz. It can be adjusted individually and flexibly to suit your needs and is already fully equipped.


  • outdoor

  • Opening September 15, 2017

  • Get together / receptions / team building cooking classes and show cooking

  • Dinner events up to 120 people

  • 310 square meters

  • 90 seats

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Kochbox Lounge

The new cult location in the heart of Berlin that is already famous as a popular filming venue for TV shows is now also available for your exclusive use. This location in the historic S-Bahn arches on Alexanderplatz can accommodate either corporate events or meetings and is already fully equipped.


  • video screen

  • 154 square meters

  • sound system

  • Ambient lighting

  • Opening September 15, 2017

  • Gala / banquet, weddings up to 50 people

  • Meetings up to 70 people

Kochbox Cooking School

Our cult location in the centre of Berlin is already a popular venue for filming TV shows. It is also frequently booked for our team-building cookery courses and Christmas celebrations, and is also fully equipped.


  • opening

  • size

  • outdoor

  • Cooking events up to 55 people

  • sound system

  • Ambient lighting


Umspannwerk Alexanderplatz

The Umspannwerk Alexanderplatz (Alexanderplatz electricity substation), which is situated directly on the eponymous Alexanderplatz, is an ideal multi-functional event location for up to 1,600 guests.

Five event areas on two levels can be combined to form flexible space concepts. On the lower event level, the MAIN HALL (with a 360° bar), TRAFOBOX and GALLERY offer excellent facilities for receptions and parties.

On the upper event level, the recently restored, daylight-filled CONFERENCE HALL with GALLERY allows the Umspannwerk to be transformed into a wonderful venue for big shows, award ceremonies, conferences, concerts and dinner events. With a permanently installed cloakroom, mobile bars, an open-air staircase that offers banner space for branding, a spacious outdoor area and a central location, it’s the perfect place to host your corporate event.

Cafe Moskau

Another possibility is Café Moskau, a multi-functional meeting and event location that offers 4,000 square metres of function space for events with between 50 and 2,400 participants.

A total of 17 rooms on two levels can be individually combined and divided with mobile partition systems to form variable areas.

The atrium and rose garden lend a special atmosphere to open-air events, spanning a total area of 600 square metres that can be covered with various types of tents if required.


For nearly 25 years, the unique industrial architecture of the Motorwerk Berlin (Berlin engine factory) has been a symbol of the cultural development of the capital city.

 From 1991 to 1993, the Motorwerk was the venue of the first Mayday parties with the famous DJs Westbam, Sven Väth and Marusha. Wim Wenders filmed a Lou Reed concert there for “Faraway, So Close” starring Otto Sander, the sequel to his hit movie “Wings of Desire.”

Just a few of the bands that played here were Kraftwerk, The Velvet Underground, The Ramones, Motörhead, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Rio Reiser.
The Motorwerk now offers artists from all over the world space in which to develop their work in more than 80 studios. It’s a place where new ideas are born, realised and presented.
Corporate events, concerts, fashion shows, get-togethers, dinners, product presentations, trade fairs and exhibitions.

Salon Babette

 The heritage-protected Salon Babette is located on the historic Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin Mitte,
With its light-flooded glass facade, it is a unique place for relaxed bar evenings and offers space for up to 199 people on 2 floors.


 The ewerk in Berlin looks back on a now 150-year history. Originally built as a pioneer of industrial culture, the former transformer station supplied the first of its time, the city of Berlin with electricity. The second highlight of the building’s history was also electronic: in the early 1990s, Ralf Regitz appeared at this location of his “E-Werk” techno club, which has achieved international fame and fame. Since 2005, after an intensive revitalization phase, the ewerk has become available to the corporate event market as a multifunctional event location and enriches the Berlin event market, among others. with event formats like the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.

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