Power Center for the Performing Arts, University of Michigan

Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo and Associates
1969-81



In 1965 the University of Michigan commissioned this elegant facility with a 1450 seat auditorium. Built of reinforced concrete, the auditorium has a classical colonnade with six 8' diameter columns and a lobby wall with reflecting glass. Two glass-enclosed staircases rise to a walkway above the lobby.

The front facade

 

The twin glass-enclosed circular stairways

 

The entrance




Other works on this site by Roche Dinkeloo and Associates include: Columbus Indiana Post Office, Cummins Engine Company, Ford Foundation Headquaters Building, Irwin Union Bank and Trust Company Addition, Knights of Columbus Building, Museum of California, 35 West Wacker Drive Building, United Nations Development Hotel and Office Building and University of Massachusetts Fine Arts Center.




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