Renovation of a meeting room on the 4th floor
The Leonberg Room is named after Neukölln's twin town Leonberg in the southwest of Germany. It is located away from the other meeting rooms on the 4th floor and was built with the canteen in the 1950s. The existing cladding was removed and the masonry refurbished and cleaned. The necessary sound absorption is provided by a seamless suspended ceiling and two pilaster strips made of slotted wooden panels. These also accommodate the new access door as well as the E-distribution and LED lighting.