Jay Sennett |||

University of Michigan Architecture

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The architecture at the University of Michigan inspires me. These photos are the result of spending several hours photographing various buildings and sculptures for a photography class I attended last fall. Architectural details are integral to most buildings on campus. The campus continues to grow with older buildings like West Hall, completed in 1904 residing across the street from the late twentieth-century building across the street, the School of Social Work. The multitudinous styles and schools of architecture seems to work.∗

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