An interesting feature of the Cook Law Quadrangle's architecture are the corbels in the three walkways between South University and the Quad. A corbel is a projection that helps support the structure above it. The information about the representations of the corbels is taken from Ilene Forsythe's The Uses of Art: medieval metaphor in the Michigan Law Quadrangle, c1993.
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