May 2, 2016

Year in Architecture 2011

2011 Architecture Issue LJ

Library design is front and center in this year’s round of building projects—
completed between July 1, 2010, and June 30, 2011—exemplifying
the best in sustainability and standing as the heart of community life.
The data expands to include other costs, storage capacity,
and revenue sources, along with our comparative six-year summary.
And, oh, those beautiful photographs to admire and give you ideas.

Overview Architects
Academic Libraries Public Libraries Six-Year Summary
image galaries
Grading on a CurveWall-to-Wall WondersVista Vision
Fantastic FacadesAcademic LibrariesYoung At Heart

This is an expanded version of the Architecture Issue that appeared in print December 2011.

Bette-Lee Fox About Bette-Lee Fox

Bette-Lee Fox (blfox@mediasourceinc.com) is Managing Editor, Library Journal.

Celebrating her 43rd year with Library Journal, Bette-Lee also edits LJ’s Video Reviews column, six times a year Romance column, and e-original Romance reviews, which post weekly as LJ Xpress Reviews.

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Join us Friday, May 6 at Bozeman Public Library for our acclaimed library design/building event, and start planning the library of the future, today. Come together with librarians, architects, and vendors to explore new perspectives on building and renovation, and hear about recent projects that will spur your own solutions. Attendees will also tackle real life library design challenges among fellow librarians. Admission is free but space is limited.

Comments

  1. Wow, and wow again. You’ve thought of everything–a trends overview, data, and amazing images. Thank you, LJ, for this excellent feature–it’s remarkable.