R. Howard Dobbs University Center, Emory University--page 1 (of two pages)

John Portman
1986



The long and low south side

Although the student center is three stories high, from the south its profile is unobtrusive. This 90,000 square feet plus building is clad with white and gray Georgia marble.
 

The south entrance

The building on the right of all these photographs is Alumni Memorial Hall by Ivey and Crook. The entrance facade of this Classical/Renaissance building is incorporated in the interior of Dobbs Center.
 

Views of the south side

 

Left: the southwest corner; center and right: the Asbury Circle entrance (west)



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Other buildings on the Emory University campus on this web site include: Alumni Memorial Hall by Ivey and Crook, William R. Cannon Chapel by Paul Rudolph, Michael C. Carlos Hall (Lamar School of Law) by Henry Hornbostel, Michael C. Carlos Museum by Michael Graves, and George W. Woodruff Physical Education Center by John Portman.

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