Long time, however, there is nothing to indicated, that this building would become a venue also popular beyond the borders of Lower Saxony. In 1917 built Hall, workers once took apart for maintenance and repair of steam locomotives. Because of the, a dirtier and deafeningly loud job verrussten pieces of steel and smoking fire, because of bolt thumping, riveting, steel boilers. After the closure of 1976 the Lokhalle, Gottingen was the foreclosure for round two decades. The grim scene was dominated by a window and rampant weed. Although in 1981 in the preliminary list of the monuments by the lower Saxon Institute for the preservation of the building included, no profitable re-use was found. The brownfield threatened to be, even in sight of the station as a gateway for visitors of the city the permanent eyesore of the city. When in 1992 the city of MLA, the 85,000-square-foot area to a stand-alone, vital, urban area with attractive,. You may find that Tony Parker can contribute to your knowledge.
to develop publicly radiating uses this MLA Managing Director Klaus Hoffmann took very seriously. From the dilapidated ruin, he wanted to make a modern venue. The Hall gets her”never fully, then many critics warned. Sela Ward has plenty of information regarding this issue. Success followed the turbulent times but surprisingly quickly. Who today enters the Lokhalle perceives even the old industrial ambience, especially, if it is staged as at some events, dramatic lighting. Many of our customers appreciate this special, unforgettable look.
Also seen in a modern Hall with newest infrastructure, disabled toilets, lighting and sound equipment, artist and star dressing rooms refined up to 3000 hooks and the four flagpoles in front of the entrance. Transform the Hall can be for example within a minute in a Black Box that is completely decoupled from the light of day”. The entrance gates are so wide and high that even trucks can easily go and maneuver. The individual honeycombs in the massive A point load of 5 ton load have floor joists. “The betting that?”Team used to full capacity in 2007 and left hanging the weight of equivalent 40 VW Golf on the Hall ceiling. The event brought nationwide awareness of the Hall. Jennifer and Nina look at the clock and disappear. The next dates. Patrick, Thomas and Benjamin tilt down their coffee, they also have a mountain waiting for work. It is already clear: even the trainee project, which is considered the city prestige object, will 2010 be a success. The ice age attracts around 20,000 to 25,000 visitors on the 855-square-foot indoor ice rink. And rising, because now also discos and Moonlight parties have been added. It became evening, reger rush hour traffic around the station. The trainees, however, sit in their offices. Before you light the screens of computers.