Sustainable conference location
Salon Ernst - 154 m2
The day-bright Salon Ernst on the first floor of the Rinderstall guarantees a private working atmosphere in which the participants are completely alone - the ideal setting for exclusive meetings and conferences of all sizes. A wide window front gives a clear view of the lake, but the room can be darkened. Wireless Internet access and the latest technical equipment round off the facilities. A supply and exhaust air system with heat recovery and toilet flushing with rainwater ensure an ecologically correct ambience.
The salon is named after Ernst August Paul von Borsig (1869-1933), since the three brothers were still children when August Julius Albert Borsig died, the company was initially managed by a board of trustees made up of executives. In 1894 he and his brothers took over management of the Borsig works. After the accidental death of his brother Arnold, he played a key role in the relocation of the Moabit workshops to Berlin-Tegel. The new work was completed in 1898 and became a Berlin landmark. In joint management of the company with his brother Conrad, the patriarchal leadership developed into modern management.