Three Libraries Will Be Featured in Upcoming Episode of New PBS Architecture & Design Series
A new PBS series titled, Cool Spaces! “showcases what’s new and exciting in the world of architecture and design. You can visit the programs web site here. Cool Spaces is sponsored by American Institute of Architects (AIA) and BlueBeam Software.
The three libraries featured are:
1. James B. Hunt Jr. Library (North Carolina State University)
2. Seattle Central Library
The library building turns 10 old next month.
3. South Mountain Community Library
The SMCL is a partnership between the Phoenix Public Library and South Mountain Community College.
When will the show air?
It all depends where you’re located and the PBS station(s) you can view.
Check this list for dates and times. The program will very likely also be available online at some point.
Hat Tip/Thanks and a Bit More Info From NCSU
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