The Levitt Pavilion / WRT – Wallace Roberts & Todd

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Architects: WRT – Wallace Roberts & Todd
Location: 789 East 1st Street, , PA 18015,
Client: Redevelopment Authority of the City of Bethlehem
Year: 2011
Photographs: Paul Warchol, Jeffrey Totaro

National Conservatory / AAU ANASTAS

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Architects: AAU ANASTAS
Location: ,
Architect In Charge: Elias Anastas
Area: 1,200 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Mikaela Burstow, Simon Bauchet

The ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks / Spillman Farmer Architects

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Architect: Spillman Farmer Architects
Location: Bethlehem, , USA
Project Team: Barry Pell, AIA, Managing Principal; Joseph N. Biondo, AIA, Design Principal; Michael Metzger, AIA, Project Architect; William Deegan, Senior Designer; Wayne Stitt, AIA; Christa Kraftician, AIA, LEED AP; Charles Shoemaker, AIA; Salvatore Verrastro, AIA, FCSI; Brian Brandis, AIA; Joanne Titcomb IIDA; Deirdre Kwiatek PhD; Randy Galiotto; Patrick Ruggerio; Sierra Krause; Joseph Balsamo; Clint Newton; Deborah Innis; Mark Piell; Elliot Nolter; Chris Connors; Mike Savage.
Client: ArtsQuest
Photographs: Courtesy of Spillman Farmer Architects

Bethlehem Steel Brownfield Site Becomes a New Performing Arts Center

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Situated on the former Steel brownfield site the newly designed ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks has transformed an industrial site and inspired a community. A unique hybrid project of old and new, the building’s 67,000 sqf will feature a 450-seat venue for live performances and a two-screen state of the art cinema.

“The design grew from the profoundly meaningful history of place here,” said Joseph N. Biondo AIA, Spillman Farmer Architects‘ Design Principal. “The Bethlehem Steel blast furnaces are iconic – they are America’s historic ruins. The arts center is deeply inspired by this former industrial site and the lives that were lived here.  We wanted the building to make a compelling statement about the future of the arts and community here in Bethlehem. This project evolved from the energy generated by the friction of past and future, the human spirit that fueled the American industrial revolution, and the elegance of a finely crafted music box.”

The new Performing Arts Center by Spillman Farmer Architects will host a special dedication ceremony tomorrow Thursday, April 14th.

A video and further construction photographs of this project following the break.