Note: This post is one in a series that focuses on LDS architecture that is not historic, but that departs from standard cookie-cutter plans to become unique and beautiful in a different way. To see all of these posts, click here.
I apologize that the last week saw no blog posts. I was out of town on vacation, so I took a brief break from blogging. Now I'm back!
I'm not sure what drew me to the Riverside 2nd Ward in Murray, Utah. I just liked a lot of the architectural elements on the exterior. I decided to document it for the "Modern Architecture" series of blog posts.
The upper window does not lead to an actual room.
I really liked these carvings. The interior had some nice elements, too:
Overall, it's mostly a standard-plan chapel. But the little details really make it stand out, and I appreciate them.