ArchDaily – one of the world’s leading sites for architecture and design – has published an extensive a project feature on Missouri State University’s Bill R. Foster & Family Recreation Center. The center is is conceived as a crystalline, geologic form in the campus landscape. The chiseled stone mass is fractured by a new pedestrian campus passage that brings students to the entrance and center of the building, and on to other campus destinations beyond. The stone shell- referencing the historic stone buildings that define the MSU campus – is cut away to reveal a cool metal and glass interior, exposing the activities of recreation. The building brings together previously scattered recreational offerings to create a centralized and cohesive recreation program.

Read the full project feature and view images online at ArchDaily >