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Part of the Diag tour

Angell Hall

435 S. State St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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Designed by renowned architect Albert Kahn, Angell Hall is a blend of Greek and Roman architectural motifs and is one of the most iconic image of the U-M campus. On U-M's Diag next to Mason, Haven and Tisch Halls, the building houses LSA classrooms and offices.

Angell Hall at night
Angell Hall's large computing center
Angell Hall's computing center, aka "The Fishbowl"
The lobby in the interior of Angell Hall with Greek and Roman architectural motifs.
The building leverages Greek and Roman architectural motifs
The steps and eight Doric columns of Angell Hall on a sunny day
Angell Hall is fronted by eight Doric columns and classical entablature reminiscent of a Greek temple.