"Lessons Learned: Hayden Library Reinvention" Session February 3
Lessons Learned: Hayden Library Reinvention
Thursday, February 3
12 noon Mountain time, via Zoom. Register to attend at this link.
In this informative session, architects leading the award-winning reinvention of the Arizona State University (ASU) Hayden Library will describe design strategy, sustainable approaches, and the programmatic needs of the 21st Century library. Sensitive additions and modifications to the mid-century modern exterior reconnect the building to the campus context, and a complete renovation of the interior make Hayden an inspiring place to collaborate, learn, create, and innovate.
Elizabeth McLean, AIA, Senior Associate at Ayers Saint Gross, will discuss the project with Ed Soltero, FAIA, Assistant Vice President and University Architect at Arizona State University. AIA Arizona Executive Director John Czarnecki, Associate AIA, will moderate the session.
ASU Hayden Library won a Library Building Award from AIA/ALA, and was recognized as a 2021 AIA COTE Top Ten recipient. In the 2021 AIA Arizona Awards program, Hayden Library received a Distinguished Architecture Award citation and a Salt River Project Sustainable Award.
Available for 1.0 HSW LU from AIA, the session is free to attend. But advance registration is required at the link above.