Sherman Fairchild Center

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The Fairchild Center viewed from the south.

The Sherman Fairchild Center, also known simply as Fairchild, houses many of Columbia's biological sciences laboratories and offices.

It was built in 1978, somewhat deliberately in front of the hideous Mudd Hall, largely masking the latter from view. The facade, by Mitchell/Giurgola, somewhat vaguely references the campus' historic brick McKim, Mead, and White architecture, or mocks it, depending on your perspective.

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