PROJECT DETAILS

Georgetown University
Booth Family Center for Special Collections at the Lauinger Library
Washington DC

 

The Lauinger Library is the main library of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. It is the Campus’ largest building and holds more than 2.3 million volumes (including approximately 400,000 e-books).

13 display cases, partly six meters in length, have been integrated into the library space, where they are accessible daily to hundreds of students and pupils.

Client

Manhattan Construction Group

Year of completion

2015

Services

planning, manufacturing, installation

Architect

Bowie Gridley Architects

Photograf: Nicholas Donner

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