At the centre of Berlin, on the Köpenicker Straße, is the former power station Mitte – a piece of Berlin’s industrial history. Built approximately at the same time as the Berlin Wall during the years 1960-1964, its purpose was to power the former East German regions of Berlin. After the building stood abandoned for many years, it was resurrected by Dimitri Hegemann in 2006 and part of the space reopened as his techno club Tresor. Today, this formerly silenced Berlin power station is a vibrant place for art and culture.
A space resonating with energy.
- max. room dimension up to 8,000m²
- 2 Event spaces total
- max. room height up to 29m
- Exhibition space from 100 to 8,000m²
- suitable for up to 2,600 participants
Equipment in event spaces
- Full darkness
- WiFi in event spaces
Location & Connection
Köpenicker Straße 70, D-10179 Berlin, Mitte