Project Hale Library Addition – Kansas State University
The existing library consisted of a 1927 Campus Gothic structure, with poorly integrated additions dating from 1951 and 1970. This comprehensive expansion/renovation project doubled the size of the existing campus library and produced a coherent internal circulation system. The addition encapsulates much of the existing library to aesthetically unify the building with the Gothic and Romanesque character of the surrounding campus.
Award for Excellence in Architecture: AIA Kansas
Merit Award for Excellence in Architecture: Central States Region, AIA