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Architect:   Hugh Stubbins & Associates
Style:   Modern
Unit Facility Director:   hwc1 - Henry W. Crans,  Jr
Building Coordinators
Campus Site:   -
Photo not available for: Biological Science Complex
A flat roof and rectangular, strip windows emphasize the horizontality of Corson/Mudd Hall, stretching along Tower Rd from Garden Ave to the west end of Alumni Fields. The windows, with brown glass and dark brown metal frames, are deeply set in a masonry of dark purplish-red brick set in running bond. The center portion, connecting the two halves of the building (Corson to the east, Mudd to the west), is a glassed-in atrium which provides a main entrance directly opposite Roberts Hall across Tower Rd. The ground drops one story from Tower Rd. The building has been set back to provide a bank in front (Mudd is set further back than Corson). Corson/Mudd is asymmetrically arranged. The atrium is capped by a tan, metal-clad service area of one story. Mudd is capped by a greenhouse. Rounded stair towers punctuate the west side of the entrance, the northeast corner of Mudd and the southwest corner of Corson. The west side of Corson/Mudd Hall is set back from Garden Ave, providing a lawn.