Five young people from the Jugendbauhütte have been coming to the Fliegerwerkstatt with their instructor since mid-February. Together with the participants in our temporary learning group, they are building sturdy carpentry benches. A great opportunity to bring young people together and let them learn from each other.
We are celebrating 10 years of Fliegerwerkstatt at Tempelhof Airport! A special milestone that continues to inspire us! Continue reading “10 years of Fliegerwerkstatt at Tempelhof Airport”
The new school year has begun, we welcome many new young people and do everything we can to ensure that they settle in quickly and feel at home.
Continue reading “Welcome to the Fliegerwerkstatt”
For the Atze Musiktheater, our young people built platforms for the food and ticket office areas. Continue reading “Platforms for the Atze Musiktheater at the Luftschloss”
For the community garden Rübezahl e.V. two wooden horses designed by MEYLENSTEIN were built by the young people of the Fliegerwerkstatt.
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Here are some more great photos from our Fliegerwerkstatt trip. The wooden strip canoe was launched for the first time and was ready for action in the best possible way! Everyone was able to enjoy the paddle on the beautiful Tiefensee.
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The Fliegerwerkstatt is part of the Netzwerk der Wärme – an initiative of the Berlin Senate.
Continue reading “We join in!”
Many thanks to Manuel Vering, whose video shows all those interested the way to the Fliegerwerkstatt. We look forward to seeing you! You are always welcome!
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How does an engine work? What parts does it have and how is it constructed? To take a look inside, we make a cutaway model from the original T 53 helicopter engine.
To do this, all assemblies and parts are disassembled, cut out at predetermined points and then reassembled. This is the plan of Günter Hujer, who himself once worked on precisely this type of engine during his professional training.
Our young people from the Albert-Schweitzer-Gymnasium built mobile kitchen modules for our neighbour Hangar1. There were certain requirements for the dinner-thek, but there was still enough leeway in the design to allow the young people’s ideas to flow in. Continue reading “Mobile Kitchen for the Hangar1”