From state-of-the-art healthcare facilities to stadiums worthy of hosting the Super Bowl, commercial spaces leading in architecture and design are topping the lists of their respective categories. In this issue, we look at the role flooring has played in creating noteworthy public spaces.
Anderson University aims to be an innovative and entrepreneurial liberal arts university, and its 3,400 students need a centralized place to gather. With the addition of the G. Ross Anderson Jr. Student Center, the university’s community gained that gathering space. The facility, which is devoted to student recreation and socialization, now serves as a hub for dining, student organizations, study, gaming and recreation.