This is Emory University's Harris Hall, built in 1929 as nurses' quarters for Emory Hospital next door. Not perfectly symmetrical but balanced. Arched windows on the 1st floor, heavy entablature on the the 2nd floor windows. Plain windows on the 3rd.
It's big and formal. How does all that classic detail produce warmth? You'd think it's old fashioned and cold. But I sense human dignity.
A very inviting front door don't your think? It's an entrance that makes people feel important.