June 8: Books And… : How Librarians and Architects are Designing the 21st Century Public Library

What’s new at the public library in 2016? Are libraries still an essential community resource? What is the same and what has changed? How are library professionals and designers creating or adapting these facilities to meet today’s community needs?

Join this discussion on the 21st century library, sponsored by the Community Interface Committee

Wednesday, June 8, 2016, 5:30 – 7pm

CPL Chinatown Branch Library, 2100 S Wentworth Avenue, Chicago

Speakers:

—  Brian Bannon, Commissioner of the Chicago Public Library

—  Julianne Scherer, AIA (Nagle Hartray)

—  Paul Steinbrecher, AIA (Interactive Design)

—  Brian Lee, FAIA (Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP; designer of the Chinatown branch Library)

— Arthur Del Muro, AIA, Chicago Public Building Commission – moderator

Register here!

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