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Preston M. Green Hall, Washington University

I know Washington University gets a lot of grief for its decision to focus on building Gothic/Tudor/”Academic” Revival buildings on its campus for the last twenty years, but I like it. I think it’s important for a university to have an image, and the architecture established one hundred years ago is beautiful, and worthy of setting the tone for the buildings today. This hall is sited perfectly for this busy intersection of Skinker and Forest Park Parkway.

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