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.
Today's Modern Architecture entry comes from the Logan 11th Ward, which had some elements I liked. Some simple colored glass is present throughout the building, which creates a unifying feel to the whole structure, especially because it's at the front of the chapel.
(Image Source: Church History Library)