The Montgomery Interpretive Center exists to commemorate the people, events, and route connected with the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March. It is the third in a line of three Interpretive Centers stretching from Selma to Montgomery. The project is located adjacent to the Alabama State University football stadium along a corner block that serves as a gateway into campus. The building will house a series of exhibition spaces by the National Park Service. A large covered porch creates exterior gathering space and entry into the building. The building form mimics the unique wedge shape of the site created by the stadium’s concourse while carving out a series of voids to create exterior space and delicate building elements. The site’s steep topography was navigated by setting the larger exhibit volume into the ground and terracing the ground plane along the main façade to the entry. The primary facade is designed to capture the spirit of the March through an 18’-tall limestone façade with a sandblasted relief pattern replicating a historic image of the event. The cedar wood soffit and louvered wall express the subtle voids and entry sequence of the building. Dark zinc is used to contrast the wood and stone and hold the strong line of the roof. Micro-perforated zinc panels are paired with wood louvers at the main entry porch to create a sense of enclosure while maintaining transparency. Exposed structure, angular white walls, and linear lighting express a more restrained interior to remain flexible for the anticipated exhibition design.