Despite the very public placement of the detail shown in the May 31 “Eye for Design,” no readers identified its location at the entrance to Morrill Plaza on Michigan State University’s campus. The featured red sandstone rosette (below) was retrieved when Morrill Hall was demolished in 2013. The detail was combined with other salvaged stone and brick and then incorporated into the kiosk design.
The medieval-looking column capital above can be found in Okemos. The first person to correctly identify the location of the detail will receive a City Pulse mug. Send your answer to daniel@eastarbor. com by Wednesday, Aug. 16.
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