Library Infill Addition for Cornell Law School

Library Infill Addition for Cornell Law School

Schematic Design and program confirmation for this 7,000 square-foot three-floor infill addition to the Cornell Law School Library marries a sky-lit slot and communicating stair to the historic main reading room of the central building in this collegiate gothic ensemble designed in 1932 by Providence-based…

News – Sorensen Keynotes ACRL/NEC Conference

News – Sorensen Keynotes ACRL/NEC Conference

In shaping the communities of the library, architecture should be guided by the values of quality; nuance; inclusiveness; support for differing learning styles; physical, emotional and social health; and a clear sense of place for the academic disciplines that underpin the university’s curriculum and the library services and their constituencies.