The main building of Emory University Hospital was built in 1945. You can see the inscription “MCMXLV” across the front door. Some of the décor inside in in keeping with that age. Other areas are state-of-the-art new, and some very contemporary.
As do many hospitals, they provide a place for quiet and to be alone, a “chapel”. This is the stained glass window in that room at EUH.
The café at the back looks out over the Emory University campus libraries.
Emory University Hospital in Atlanta has a number of buildings, some old, some new on both sides of Clifton Road. There is a two-level pedestrian bridge and covered walkways connecting the buildings together.
The bridge has large glass walls providing views of the street and the nearby buildings. Here are a couple of views from that bridge looking toward the older, main building.
Please forgive me if I don’t respond to your posts or comments in the next few weeks. I have a loved one in medical care and will be preoccupied and not able to do all the things I enjoy. I will still take photos as I can and schedule posts.
Monday Window is a weekly blog post challenge featuring one or more photos of windows, prominently or as the main subject.