Approached from the street, the food center is both familiar and alien. The glass facade reflects the surrounding neighborhood, blending the building in and revealing the structure inside, while the latticework that appears light and airy holds the plants. The food center, while it is dedicated for the education of the students, is open to the public. The food center blurs the line between observation and dining. The market blends with the farmers’ market on Saturdays and pulls the visitor in the building. The circulation of the building exposes the visitor to the harvesting areas, including the beehives, basil and herbs, chicken coop, lettuce, tomato plants, and cheese production, showing the transparency of the process.