With the exception of the housing, most of these buildings of the late sixties and seventies read as aggressively and self-consciously modern in a popular sense. The exception is the Maucker Student Union (1969), a structure essentially sunk into a gentle slope of the hill. Its small-scale forms work well with the older buildings, but its design and siting cry out for the hands of a landscape architect. The Married Student Housing translates a similar grid of angular volumes into wood.
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