A 93,000-sf Library and Academic Resource Center will replace Los Angeles Valley College's 1960s-vintage library. Pfeiffer Partners Architects designed the building to be consistent with the college's master plan, with its learning clusters and arcade circulation system. To obtain LEED certification, the center will use recycled and renewable materials, such as bamboo. Floors connect through an interior atrium, so daylight can reach the first floor.
College uses renewable materials in new library
Fifteen examples of how parks and green spaces emerged from parking lots, garages, and underpasses.
The project’s design was developed with WERK Arkitekter.
Theatre Row, the five-theater Off-Broadway complex, recently underwent an extensive renovation as part of a larger reimagining of the complex’s role in New York City's nonprofit theater community. Marta Sanders of Architecture Outfit designed the renovation, which was unveiled last summer. Image: Playbill.com
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Dorte Mandrup won an international competition to design the project.
The design was selected from 68 entries.
The nearly $8 million project required major structural interventions.
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