Meetings in the Berlin area
Salon Mathilde 37m2
The 37 m² Salon Mathilde on the first floor of the Gutsverwalter building offers the right setting for every meeting. Whether working in a small circle, meetings or events for up to 32 people. Historic crystal chandeliers, gilded wall lights, ceiling paintings and the original floorboards give the salon its warm atmosphere. A small adjoining room with 13 m² is suitable for smaller work groups or for setting up buffets.
The salon is named after "Gretchen" Margarethe Louise Mathilde Martius, née Borsig (1864-1945), first child of August Julius Albert and Anna Caroline Wilhelmine Amalie Borsig. In 1883 she married "Götz" Anton Ludwig Gottfried Martius. Their four children, Georg Feodor Albert (born 1884) became a German diplomat, "Lilli" Elisabeth Anna Louise (born 1885) a famous art historian and painter, Siegfried Götz Ernst (born 1887) and Hans Konrad Götz (born 1891).