Dell Butcher Hall, Rice University--page 1 (of two pages)

Antoine Predock
1997




This building, at the northwestern corner of the Court of Science, houses the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology. This northwest location at the edge of campus is punctuated by a five story tower at the northwest corner.

Views of the west side

 

Detail of balcony and view from the southwest

The balconies have stone-cast cylinders, lined up closely as "modern" balustrades. Windows are varied in terms of size and shape.
 

The five-story tower at the northwest corner

 

View from the north--the "back" side facing a major parking lot at Rice



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