One of Colombia´s largest universities, the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana accommodates over 22.000 students and 3.500 professors in its 174.900 q. meter campus.
The nine-story Atico Center is Latin America´s first high tech information and communications resource for the development of education, image and design.
It also represents the region´s most ambitious audio/visual project to date. The facility was designed by a Walters-Storyk Design Group team led by architect/acoustician, John Storyk and Company founding partner Sergio Molho, in collaboration widh WSDG offices worldwide.
The complex includes thwo TV studios with control and post-production rooms. Two full floors are dedicated to new media, architecture, animation and 3D drawing.
Three floors accommodate audio recording studios, post-production rooms for video, film audio mixing and mastering, audio classrooms and a main auditorium for digital cinema.
A total of 24 specialized areas have been built to the highest international standards including acoustically pristine room-within-room construction to insure total sound isolation Students receive audio/video and film production training in addition to a comprehensive traditional education.