The modern two-story precast-concrete and steel building with glass curtain walls is headquarters for the Michigan Medical Society. Slender columns support the vaulted roof of stilted arches. In its terraced landscape the building projects a light and airy silhouette and floating quality. Yamasaki explained the intent was to create a serene and inviting building to express the idealism and humanity of the medical profession.
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Michigan Medical Society Headquarters Building
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