Obama Presidential Library Concept Design Unveiled in Chicago
The first images and models of Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects’ plans for the Obama Presidential Library in Chicago have been revealed.
The proposal includes a tall stone-clad museum with faceted sides and cutaway corners, sat beside a lower forum and opposite a library. They would create a U-shape around a central plaza facing onto South Stony Island Avenue.
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