What’s in your library?
Libraries are equally about connections and collections. Linking people to people, staff, outside experts, fellow citizens ― that is the essence of the modern library. We believe buildings shape behavior. Open, engaging and comfortable buildings with connections to the surrounding neighborhoods increase participation and user satisfaction. Environment and service are connected elements in defining a user’s library experience.
At Engberg Anderson Architects, we work with communities around the nation to realize the potential for their libraries. Be extraordinary and join us at the 2016 PLA Conference in Denver Colorado! Stop by our booth to meet our architects, share ideas and learn how we can help you.
Where to find Engberg Anderson Architects at PLA 2016:
- Booth: 951
- Sessions: April 8th 10:45 am – 11:45am “Don’t Worry… We’re Only Going to Change Everything”
Meet out Architects
Joseph Huberty, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Joe is an active member of national and state library associations and has presented at several regional conferences, and at GSLIS at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. He has also participated in two Library Journal Design Institutes. Joe holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.
Shaun Kelly, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Shaun holds dual undergraduate degrees in philosophy and architectural studies and a graduate degree in architecture. During his graduate studies at University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee he focused on sustainable design practices which included energy efficiency, storm water management and indoor air quality. In addition to his experience with Engberg Anderson, Shaun has worked for an architectural firm in Australia and studied in Paris.
The Public Library Association (PLA), with nearly 9,000 members, is a division of the American Library Association (ALA), the oldest and largest library association in the world. Founded in 1944, PLA is a member-driven organization that exists to provide a diverse program of communication, publication, advocacy, continuing education, and programming for its members and others interested in the advancement of public library service.
Visit: http://www.placonference.org/ to learn more about the upcoming conference and how you can be involved!