PROTECTING AND DEVELOPING EUROPE'S LARGEST ARCHITECTURAL MONUMENT
Its unique size, historical background, morbid charm, a lot of history such as the Berlin Airlift, personal experiences at large events or concerts with international appeal make the area one of Berlin's most charismatic attractions.
In the coming years, the Tempelhof airport is to become a place of experimentation and a new urban quarter for art, culture and the creative industries: an area bursting with exciting ideas, work space, things to try out and<br/> experiment, space for unique events and the destination for creative, innovative and gastronomic offerings. The airport building will thus gradually become a creative incubator for the city. The accompanying opening<br/> and revitalization will return it more firmly to the social focus of the city. The eventful history will be made tangible in many ways. In addition, the building will no longer be a barrier between the city and the Tempelhof Field, but will act as a connecting bridge with high quality offers.