The Vukovich Center for Communication Arts was designed by Polshek Partnership Architects is located in Meadville, Pennsylvania, United States. The architecture can make a difference. Just ask the students of Allegheny College, a small liberal arts school located in Meadville, Pa. This spring, the college has a new building to house communications and theater arts programs that is already changing lives. Equipped with technologies that are at par with industry standards, the new Arts Center is “demanding the best from students and inspire us to do great things,” Carey said Miller, a senior program theater, which, together with other students, made a video for You Tube to thank the University for the “beautiful new building”.
Called the Center Vukvoich after a university trustee who gifted $ 22.2 million for the construction of the building, installation of 40,000 square feet is designed by Polshek Partnership Architects. The building houses the state of its production facilities for video art, advanced areas of teaching and rehearsal, a 250-seat theater and organizes these functions in a spirit of openness to expose the production process Theater in the hope that it will foster greater collaboration between teachers, students and staff and generating enthusiasm. The building, completed an arts center square on campus, it is coated with zinc, glass and iron red and dark gray brick on hand to meet the old buildings on campus and increase its simple volumes.