The campus of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor is composed of three main areas: North Campus, Central Campus and South
Campus. North Campus contains most of the engineering facilities as well as the school of music and the school of art and
architecture. The College of Literature, Science and the Arts occupies
Central Campus, while South Campus supports mainly athletic programs. Central and North campuses differ notably in architecture;
while the buildings in the former appear rather classical or gothic, the North Campus has a much more modern architectural look. Each campus' (except South) unique bell
tower indicates this clearly. Ten of the buildings on Central Campus were designed by Detroit-based architect Albert Kahn between 1904 and 1936. The most notable of the Kahn-designed buildings
are the prominent Burton Memorial Tower and nearby Hill Auditorium.