Five Projects Receive 2022 AIA/ALA Library Building Award
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the American Library Association (ALA) are awarding five libraries with the 2022 AIA/ALA Library Building Award for excellence in architectural design.
Complete details for each project are available on AIA’s website.
Award recipients must demonstrate design achievement, including a sense of place, purpose, ecology, environmental sustainability, and history. This year’s AIA/ALA Library Building Award recipients, selected by a seven-person jury, exemplify these qualities.
2022 AIA/ALA Library Building Awards recipients:
Adams Street Library, Brooklyn, New York | Work Architecture Company (WORKac)
Asante Library, Surprise, Arizona | Richärd Kennedy Architects
Cruzen-Murray Library, Caldwell, Idaho | Richärd Kennedy Architects
Indian Creek Library, Olathe, Kansas | Gould Evans
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, Washington, D.C. | OTJ Architects
See Also: Media Coverage: AIA/ALA Name 2022 Library Building Award Winners (via Architect)
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