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flanking Richards Avenue outside the Center for information Technology building
Two even grained granite forms placed on opposing sides of Richards Avenue, similar in appearance but differing in height and proportion seem to begin a conversation with one another. The conversation brings two spaces together by visually connecting the East and West campuses of Norwalk Community College. The large warm-toned stones are the sythesis of the surrounding brick buildings and the greens and browns of the nearby trees.