Lehmwand, Congress Centrum Alpbach, Tirol, Österreich

The Arthur Koestler hall is one of the 5 flexible halls in the area level 1 East of the Congress Centre Alpbach and fulfils multi-functional purposes.

  • flexible connection to the "von Einem" hall
  • direct access to the "Kunst Foyer" with light cone
  • latest technology

The various rooms/halls in the Congress Centrum Alpbach are named after notable personalities and sponsors, who have special associations with the "European Forum Alpbach". The English writer Arthur Koestler (1905 - 1983) of Austro-Hungarian origin studied natural sciences and from 1926 was foreign correspondent in the Middle East, Paris, Berlin and the USSR. His reports and fiction dealt with ethical and political problems and conflicts. Koestler was fascinated by the ideology of communism. The “Schreiberhäusl” (writer’s cottage) in Alpbach became Koestler’s adopted home.

Equipment highlights

  • daylight (can be darkened)
  • integrated beamer and screen
  • Flip chart / pin board
  • additional technology flexible according to the latest state of the art depending on the customer's wishes
  • parquet floor
  • initial seating with standard furniture included

Room plan level 1 east
Theatre-style seating up to 50 people
Classroom-style seating up to 30 people
U-Shape up to 18 people
Koestler hall
Theatre-style seating up to 50 people
Koestler hall
Classroom-style seating up to 30 people

Congress Centrum Alpbach
Phone. +43 5336 600 100 - Mail: info@alpbach.at
Event-Location Munich | Event-Location Austria

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