Princeton’s newest building, Sherrerd Hall, reflects its surrounding environment.
“It has an ethereal quality that connects it to its environment,” said Fred Fisher, principal of Frederick Fisher and Partners, the award-winning Los Angeles firm that designed the building. “Glass reflects the environment and opens a building to the world. It connects what goes on inside the building to the campus and community outside.”
Sherrerd Hall, home to the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering and the Center for Information Technology Policy, was named for the late John J. F. Sherrerd ‘52, a former trustee, volunteer leader, and longtime supporter of the University.
Photo: Brian Wilson