The group comprising Halls 18 – 19 – 20 is not only an example of highly effective trade fair architecture but also provides plenty of space for putting your event ideas into practice.
The imposing entrance to Hall 19, the pantheon, was constructed in 1936 and is one of the few remaining structures from that period. The dimensions alone, with a length of 41.6 m, width of 21.4 m and height of 31.8 m, can only give an approximate idea of how impressive this building really is. It leads directly to the adjoining Halls 18 and 20, and to what is perhaps Berlin's most delightful ballroom: the Palais am Funkturm. This has been extensively renovated with much attention to detail and the inclusion of the latest technical facilities. The contoured lines, the accurately re-created interiors and the extensive terrace with its pools and fountains all recall the style of the 'fifties and 'sixties.