Carnegie to Contemporary: Building San Francisco Libraries

Building San Francisco Libraries
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From historic to contemporary building practices, the San Francisco Public Library has been a leader in serving its communities from the ground up. This panel discussion will discuss the architecture and design of San Francisco Public Library branches, including LEED and sustainable design. Panelists include: Alice Carey, owner and founder of Carey and Company; Gary Hoy, city architect, Department of Public Works; Charles Higueras, program manager at Department of Public Works; and Friends of the Library Board Member and former president of the Library Commission, Karin Payson, Karin Payson Architecture + Design. This panel discussion will be moderated by Peter Wiley, publisher, author and Friends of the San Francisco Public Library Board Member. This is a Green Stacks program.

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