Student(s): Jack Raymond
Instructor(s): Galo Canizares
Course: ARCH 3410: Architectural Design III
Term: Autumn 2016

The Holmes County Arts Center is organized largely by its relationship to its site. A thin strip in the form of a canopy addresses a library and a senior center which are opposite to one another, while two ramps incline towards each other, to suggest a relationship with the road which jogs around the site, and provide access to the roof of the canopy. These gestures separate the interior into four distinct parts which house specific pieces of program- Administration, Arts Education, Health, and Performance. Although they are separated from one another, the space leaks across the interior from one end to another, providing openness and encouraging movement.