Concordia Theological Seminary (originally Concordia Senior College)

Eero Saarinen
1953-58



One of the main buildings viewed from the chapel

Pitched roofs and red brick unite the classroom and administrative buildings with the chapel and dormitories.
 
 
Small dormitories are grouped around the campus, again emphasizing the village concept. This kind of intimate housing for ministry students contrasts strikingly with most college dormitories.

The dormitories





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Other Saarinen buildings on this site include: Ezra Stiles and Samuel Morse Colleges, Yale University, Irwin Union Bank and Trust, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, Kresge Auditorium, MIT, Kresge Chapel, MIT, North Christian Church, and School of Music, University of Michigan.


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