As we prepare for the final 2012 Presidential Debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, we wanted to give you a look inside the gorgeous Keith C. & Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center, where this historical event will take place.
Designed by Newman Architects, the $12.8 million building is a visual beauty both inside and out. The 32,000 square-foot structure itself is made from pre-cast tilt-up concrete panels with an entrance constructed from steel canopy that leads into an amazing chandelier-filled lobby.
Once inside the atrium, patrons can then file into the 750-seat auditorium via a central entrance to be greeted by soaring warm wood walls that are uniquely rounded, which according to the architects allow for more engaging visual experience. And we imagine there's a more engaging sound as well.
Which is exactly what the audience will want on Monday October 22 when both the President and Romney take to the stage and try to gain our votes.
Click through our slideshow to see inside the Performing Arts Center and be sure to watch the debate on Monday and rock your vote this November.