With its unique industrial architecture, Motorwerk Berlin has been a symbol for the cultural development of the capital for almost 25 years: Between 1991 and 1993, the first Mayday parties took place here with the famous DJs Westbam, Sven Väth and Marusha. Wim Wenders filmed the Lou Reed concert here, following on from his successful films "Wings of Desire" and "Faraway, So Close!" with Otto Sander. Artists that have appeared here include Kraftwerk, The Velvet Underground, the Ramones, Motörhead and many others.
Today, Motorwerk is primarily used for corporate events, exhibitions and presentations. Vehicles are not a problem, nor is the incorporation of separate rooms using exhibition stand construction. The use of outside areas next to the hall is included in the price, and there are numerous side rooms available if necessary. Parking spaces can be rented at a neighbouring sports centre if required. The hall can be completely darkened and numerous suspension points are available.
Motorwerk has a powerful managed WLAN system which is connected to the internet via fibre with nearly unlimited data rate. In addition, Motorwerk has ambient lighting that highlights the columns and the gallery in the desired color. Customers of the last few months were for example Porsche, Deutsche Telekom, Google, "Germany’s Next Top Model – by Heidi Klum“, IKEA, GEOX, Bayer, Deutsche Bahn, Adidas, Zalando, SEAT and Europcar.