Virtual Tour by Kenneth Novack ’67 Slide 8

● One of the main concepts of the Pavilion’s design was to create a generous but compact structure with a maximum amount of transparency—so that its activities would be visible to one another, inviting use and creating synergy.
● This concept is reinforced by this view from inside one of the Fitness Studios, looking out towards the wide corridor that accesses it—though the shades can be lowered for privacy.
● Uses of the studio include activities such as aerobics, dance, yoga, spinning and fencing.
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