The Westbad is an important Leipzig Bauhaus monument with the concept of a modern festival house. The core of the building is the former bathing hall, where Leipzigers learned to swim between 1930 and 1990. The unique aesthetics of the Bauhaus architecture were preserved during the careful renovation and combine with state-of-the-art event and media technology as well as Leipzig's largest modern ceiling painting, realized by the artist Michael Fischer-Art, to create an extraordinary environment for your event ideas - conferences, presentations, company celebrations, gala events and much more. At the same time, a unique renovation with passive house components makes the Westbad Leipzig a true plus-energy event hall.
The column-free, light-flooded hall has an upper machine consisting of six individually mobile, fully equipped hoists, each with a load-bearing capacity of up to 2,000kg - a technique taken from the theater sector that allows you to give free rein to your construction and design imagination.
The 800-square-meter hall can accommodate up to 550 people in banquet seating or 950 in row seating and is supplemented by additional seating and standing room on the three-sided gallery. The ancillary rooms include a spacious foyer, the salon suitable for smaller events and receptions, the studio equipped for workshops and seminars, as well as checkrooms and catering areas. The house has a scenery lift with 3.5t load capacity. This not only ensures the circumstantial loading of the hall with goods and equipment, but also allows the positioning of a vehicle in the interior.
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