The dining hall of Beuth University belongs to the Haus Bauwesen, constructed in 1976, and was renovated in Autumn of 2009.
It's located on the first floor and has a large dining area which spreads out over two floors. The ground floor conveniently houses a cafeteria with two terraces. Also, people who are not enrolled can come to the dining hall or cafeteria and take in a meal!
To enjoy the food or something to drink – or simply to shoot the breeze, chat a bit, chill – one can lie or sit down on the lawn directly next to the buidling. Since 2009 the university no longer officially goes by 'Technische Fachhochschule Berlin' (technical college), rather ... exactly, that's obvious!
The Max Beckmann Hall, the building with the striking columns, houses the ATZE music theater. A further aroshi motif is found behind, namely, the Studentenwohnheim
(student dormitory) of the university.
Finding a new use for and improving the look of the university parking garage has long been debated. Though the building has an appealing structure, optically it is certainly no gem, which is why it was most likely already the object of a semester project of the laboratory 'design and urban development'.
Another type of laboratory covering construction and gardening, however, is to be found just opposite: The adventure playground Telux. Wedding's 'farm for children' lies just behind that. Being shielded off by shrubs and trees, the site is pretty cool for children aged between 9 and 15.
How to get there:
U9 to Amrumer Straße, possibly one stop with bus 142 or 221
U6 or U9 to Leopoldplatz, evtl. eine Station mit dem Bus 142 oder 221