The third phase of Breuer’s work consisted of a four-building complex of classrooms and residence hall for the University of Mary campus. Monastic cells of a Benedictine center clearly serve as precedent for the residence hall. Among the most prominent expressions of the late modernist design ethic are the V-shaped, cast-concrete canopy supports for outdoor walkways that link the quasi-monastic dormitory cells.
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