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    The new entryway for the First Unitarian Society Meeting House complex.
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    Except for a border of copper roofing to match the original Frank Lloyd Wright building, the roof of the meeting house addition is predominantly planted with vegetation.
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    First Unitarian Society Meeting House site plan diagram showing geometric relationships.
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    The entry porch of the addition is directly opposite that of the original building.
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    A low, narrow glass-clad corridor forms the connection between the B Wing and the new addition.
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    Looking out from the B Wing toward the new addition.
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    Upper-floor plan drawing of the new Meeting House addition and remodeled B Wing.
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    From the narrow, one-story connection between the B and D Wings, a corridor expands vertically and horizontally to create the daylit, two-story foyer outside the new worship space.
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    Inverted trusses of wood and steel support the roof of the new worship space.
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    The southeastern facade of the new wing is a mix of board-formed concrete and fiber-cement panels.
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