Exterior spaces were designed as
sculpture courtyards, and are all well connected to interior spaces.
Providing for enough natural lighting to ensure adequate interior light
levels, while maintaining enough wall space was achieved by elevating
the roof of the entrance and allowing clerestory lighting into the
space, as well as by inserting low level windows that reflect light off
the white floors. The roof structure folds down to the ground at the
northeastern corner of the site, in order to create more privacy for the
patio area. Soldier course brickwork and the flutes of the corrugated
sheeting create interest when juxtaposed with the non-verticality of
certain elements of the building.