[Photo Tour] Check Out The New Health And Human Development Building

After two years of construction, Penn State’s newest building is taking the final steps to completion, and appears to be on track to finish in time for the fall semester. The building, dedicated to facilities for Health and Human Development, features a host of classrooms, labs, and offices.

The newest addition, a 77,800 square-foot building on College Avenue adjacent to Old Main, features a stunning window stretching the length of the building facing College Avenue.

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Directly in front of this window sits a patio, complete with outdoor seating and very modern furniture.

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These pieces of furniture can be found inside too, in one of the many lounging areas that feature vibrant colors including red,

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Green…

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And yellow.

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In fact, the whole building is color-coordinated in primary colors.

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The entrance-way manages to be just as stunning as the building’s large window facade, with a large suspended staircase connecting the building’s three floors.

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These stairs help to complement the already open-styled lobby of the building.

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The building has the standard variety of classrooms,

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and labs.

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But the building also houses more specific rooms directed toward the Health and Human Development major.

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The building features strong modern themes, and is a welcome addition to Penn State’s ever-developing and changing campus.

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