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Architect:   Gwathmey, Sigel
Style:   Postmodern
Maintenance Planner:   gtc2 - Gerard T. Collins
Campus Site:   03
Photo not available for: Kennedy Roberts Complex
The south section of this structure is known as Kennedy Hall, while the northern end is called Roberts Hall. This brick and steel building uses black stringcourses that encircle the building. The building consists of a basic rectangular block, with semi-circular elements in the entry door, curved observation area on the fifth floor, and a barrel vaulted section above the fourth floor on the north end of the building. There is a 1-1/2 story brick side building, with pyramidal roof lights. The use of square fixed windows adds to the monumentality of the building in its location on the corner of Tower Rd and Garden Ave. While there was much controversy surrounding the demolition of Stone Hall to make way for this structure, this building is an interesting compliment to the Corson/Mudd Building across the street on Tower Rd.