Cutting-edge, LEED® Gold certified library reflecting Durango, Colorado's commitment to a new standard for sustainability.
Study to expand and renovate the Mesa County Libraries' central branch, rendering a virtually new facility for half the cost of previous proposals.
New library, serving a community of 60,000, that uses traditional Texas civic building forms and materials and was planned for future expansion.
New 27,000-s.f., LEED® Gold certified library located in the heart of Rifle's historic downtown and adjacent the current City Hall.
New 10,000-s.f. library with teen and children’s program space, areas for reading and relaxing, sustainable features, and rich colors throughout.
A "living room" for the community that fits comfortably into its residential neighborhood setting and offers a blend of high tech and high touch.
Traditional library recalling the historic character of the Carnegie libraries with its façade of brick and stone, and murals adorning its interior.
Expansion and extensive renovation of the existing branch library, adding public workspace, a new community room and staff improvements.
Planning strategies and conceptual designs for a three-block section of downtown Grand Junction.
Planning, design and budget study for a new library in Gunnison and new children's library in Crested Butte.
29,000-s.f. central library combining a comfortable scale with the adjacent residential neighborhood, and with a civic face to the site’s interior spaces.
Feasibility study and concept designs for a new community arts center and library in a joint facility.