The main research structure of the Albert Sherman Center is weather tight, and the three-story educational wing, which will include space for the learning communities, an amphitheater and a first-floor cafeteria, is scheduled to be completely enclosed within weeks. But much work remains to be done on the inside of the building before the scheduled opening of the Sherman Center this December.
For those who can’t wait until it opens to see what the inside of the building will look like, ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge has created a seven-minute 3-D virtual tour. Walk through the front revolving door, which will be the largest on campus, and take a tour of the three floors of the educational wing. See how the sky lights will bring natural light into atrium and how windows on the third-floor multipurpose room will give visitors a new view of the quad.
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