The venue: Areal Boehler
Areal Boehler is a former industrial complex that has been transformed into a modern event venue, while still preserving its historic architecture and industrial character.
Areal Boehler is equipped with modern amenities and technology, including high-speed internet, audiovisual equipment, and air conditioning, ensuring that everyone is both comfortable and connected.
TYPO3 Conference – Alte Federnfabrik
The TYPO3 Conference will take place in “Alte Federnfabrik” (Old Feather Factory) in Areal Boehler. ALTEFEDERNFABRIK impresses with its clear lines. On 1,600 m², divisible into two hall aisles, it offers space for varying events. Two mobile cranes still remind us of its history as a crucible casting steelworks. The perfect combination of old, historic elements and modern technology.
The Exhibition Area
This year's TYPO3 Conference comes with an entire exhibition area, where you can meet and interact with industry experts and solution providers. Make sure to visit their booths and expand your network!
TYPO3 Awards Gala – Altes Kesselhaus
Our phenomenal TYPO3 Awards Gala on October 12, 2023, will take place right around the corner – in “Altes Kesselhaus” (Old Caldron House). For twenty years now, the ALTESKESSELHAUS has offered one of the most monumental industrial backdrops for any events. Already since 1999, top-class company events, after-work parties and product presentations have been arranged and stylishly staged here.
Be ready to enchanted by the wonderful symbiosis of silverware and industrial scenery.
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