December 2, 2016

Year in Architecture 2016: Reimagining and Remembering

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Featuring the Boulder Public Library, CO; Brooklyn Park Library, MN; Marmalade Branch, Salt Lake City Public Library; Fretz Park Branch, Dallas Public Library; Kaysville Branch Library, UT; Eastside Branch of Kentucky’s Lexington Public Library.

Year in Architecture 2016: Designed To Shine

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Featuring the Alpine Branch of the San Diego County Library and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh–Knoxville.

Year in Architecture 2016: Creativity Is a Blank Canvas

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Featuring Brown University’s Sidney E. Frank Digital Studio at the Rockefeller Library; the Bibliothèque Desjardins, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Drummondville; the James Branch Cabell Library, Virginia Commonwealth University; and the Information Commons at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee.

Year in Architecture 2016: Ambiance and Academics

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Featuring the Digital Scholarship Laboratory, Evans Library, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne and the Mendel Gottesman Library, Yeshiva University, New York.

Year in Architecture 2016: Access and Flow

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Featuring the Mary Couts Burnett Library at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth and Summerland Branch Library, Okanagan Regional Library, BC

Year in Architecture 2016: List of Architects

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The Year in Architecture’s architect listing.

Year in Architecture 2016: Academic Library Data

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For the Year in Architecture 2016, Library Journal solicited information from academic libraries nationwide that had undergone new builds and renovation/addition projects completed between July 1, 2015, and June 30, 2016. The tables below comprise complete financial and construction statistics for the 13 academic library buildings submitted.

Year in Architecture 2016: Public Library Data

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For the Year in Architecture 2016, Library Journal solicited information from public libraries nationwide that had undergone new builds and renovation/addition projects completed between July 1, 2015, and June 30, 2016. The tables here comprise complete financial and construction statistics for the 92 public library buildings submitted, including Canadian projects.

Year in Architecture 2016: Six-Year Cost Summary

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The Year in Architecture’s Six-Year Cost Summary

Calling All Change Agents: Let’s build a sustainability movement | Editorial

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It’s time to ignite a movement in libraries, one that faces head-on the pressing threat brought by climate change and addresses every way we can help to secure a better future, or, in more stark terms, a future for the generations to follow. This seems more imperative every day, but the functional response is limited.