The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum is the architectural work of Zaha Hadid Architects and its location is on Michigan State University northern edge on the East Lansing in the United States.
It has been influenced by a number of movement sets of paths traversing and bordering the site. The energy and liveliness of life of the northern side street life of the Grand River Avenue including the university’s campus historical center towards the Southern side has generated a number of visual connections and network paths.
Some are a part of a footpath layout in existence while others make shortcuts existing between the campus side and the city side on the Grand River Avenue.
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