Volume: 37 | Issue: 4 | Download
ON THE COVER:
Northwestern University recently restored its Charles Deering Library which still powerfully evokes the character of a traditional collegiate building. The project involved restoring the 1,800-square-foot west entrance and creating a new way for students to access the building. School officials enlisted the expertise of a highly trained team of professionals, including an architectural team from HBRA Architects in Chicago, IL, who led the overall design process. The exterior walls are constructed of Wisconsin Lannon Stone. Photo by Mark Ballogg. Story begins on page 10.