A new cultural must-see building in Kraków featuring VBW Engineering air-conditioning stations
One of the largest Polish concert facilities, the STUDIO Club owned by the Academic Culture Centre of the AGH University of Science and Technology, has just reopened after an over one-year-long renovation process. Following this, the building now features an area of over 4,000 m2 and a cubic capacity exceeding 21,000 m3. It can accommodate as many as 1,500 people at various cultural events. While reconstructing the building, use was made of renewable energy sources and technological solutions reducing the overall energy demand.
The STUDIO Club has also been equipped with a high-tech electro-acoustic system and suitably selected technical equipment to fully tap its potential. As with the buildings we described earlier of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic, Ergo Arena and the Toruń-based Jordanki Centre, air-conditioning stations manufactured by VBW Engineering were installed in the newly reopened building. There are 9 BD stations at the STUDIO Club, including 8 supply and exhaust stations, and 1 dedicated supply station, with a total capacity of 59,410 m3/h. These range from a BD-MINI unit to the largest BD-8BIS station, the latter with a capacity of 35,000 m3/h.