Centre for the Meeting of Cultures

The history of CSK dates back to the 1960s when the idea arose to build a new theatre building in Lublin. The building was to be one of the largest show buildings in Europe and was to become an administrative and cultural centre and a base of arts in the “second coal district” which was being formed. Unfortunately, the next years of the developing crisis prevented timely completion of the investment. As late as at the end of 2012, a part of the building that was not use was demolished in order to develop the Meeting of Cultures Centre.

The building houses a multi-functional performance hall for 1 000 people, a cinema for 170 people and a conference room for 200 people, designed and executed in line with high designing standards. The ALPE steel doors used in the building - with their simple finish and minimalistic form ideally match the interior decoration. The addition of panels to the door leaves make them look higher. Due to the varied functions of the building, it was necessary to divide it into several fire zones and therefore there are several ASSA ABLOY Mercor Doors fire gates.