The Berlin Congress Center (bcc) provides space for the intended number of about 1,300 to 1,500 participants. The broad exhibition grounds allow for the realisation of a theme-orientated exhibition and communication concept.
The “House of Teachers” (Haus des Lehrers) and the adjacent convention hall, nowadays the bcc, originated from plans by Hermann Henselmann at the beginning of the 1960s. The buildings were rebuilt and modernised with all due respect to historical preservation at the beginning of the new millennium, accomodating since then the Berlin Congress Center. The characteristic aluminium dome, at the same time representing the biggest conference room, is especially eye-catching.
Due to its exciting architecture spanning three levels and its spatial coherence, the (conference) venue is going to encourage the dialogue between experts and executives from the state and administration, economy and science.
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