The design of a Boulder architect, the library was conceived as a series of modular themes that could be repeated. The original L-shaped building had adjoining two- and three-story wings enclosing a courtyard on the northeast. Each level has a protruding zigzag roofline of concrete, breaking up the courtyard elevation and providing visual interest. Recent additions have filled in the courtyard and extended the building to the west.
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