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The Vise Clinic in Meridian, Mississippi is an example of Chris Risher’s earlier work in Mississippi. After attending school at Auburn University in 1940, the Vise Center marks the beginning of Risher carrier. The building has two prominent materials that are specific to the modern movement. The first, stone panels, are used at the ground level connecting pedestrians to the materiality of the building. The second, glass, is used on the second, third, and fourth floor. The facade alternates glass fenestration with a solid band giving the tall building a strong horizontal language.