Harvard Lewis Law Center

Sunrise was thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate, in a design-assist format, with Shawmut Design and Construction, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, and Deborah Berke Partners on the adaptive reuse of the Lewis International Law Center at Harvard University. The 50,500 sq. ft. project transformed the midcentury structure into a learning center with a new entrance, increased teaching and office space, a new circulation system, high-performance glazing, and a new floor and roof terrace.

The full scope of work for Sunrise included ESW curtainwall with Tecnoglass glazing, Alucobond ACM wall panels (2 colors), steel canopy and column covers at the east and west entrances, skylights on the roof, balcony railings, and glazed in granite stone from Stone Panel International — sourced all the way from Quebec.