Entrance behind the east wall.

The walls are bathed in a diffused natural light resulting from the skylights ringing the perimeter of the building.

To create a feeling of antiquity, Architect Max Abramovitz had the walls bush-hammered to remove 1/4 inch of the surface giving an antique, mottled effect.

The holes in the walls were left from the original forms and add to the Sanctuary's acoustic excellence, as well as design.