The multi-use Campus Centerwas directly influenced by the site location and conditions. The buildingprovides maximum flow and efficiency by allowing students to pass through thespace, eat food, study, relax, etc. and continue on their way. The centrallocation provides great access to student services like dining, study areas, agame room, and medical services, creating a true campus center environment. Thecomplex program required a unifying element, expressed in the roof form. TheV-shape roof gathered the spaces and created a consistent element thatreflected the directionality of the student circulation through the spaces.