This Post-modern rendition of a traditional covered farmers' market draws on Aurora's agricultural heritage. Its single story of open interior space is enclosed by industrial brick and concrete walls, covered by a metal roof with a central double gable and exposed trusses, and lighted by clerestory windows. Evenly spaced stall fronts with European-style pull-down shutters are protected from the elements by shed canopies.
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Aurora Public Market
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