To Have and Have Not: A Tale of Two Libraries
- Patrick Quigley, LC, IALD | Patrick B. Quigley & Associates
Two cities, each longing for a central library that can win the hearts of its citizens and serve as a civic centerpiece. One metropolis has a gold plated budget, while the other is nearly broke. The DLF presents Patrick Quigley to compare and contrast Norfolk's Slover Memorial Library, a blend of historic and contemporary architecture, with San Diego's Central Library, a quirky, deconstructivist version of regional architecture. This is an excellent opportunity to learn how architecture and circumstance drove unique lighting solutions to fulfill each City's dreams.
Lighting Designers, Interior Designers, Landscape Architects, Architects, Engineers, Manufacturers & Representatives, Students, Clever Librarians.
$10 members | $15 non-members | $5 Students
Free parking is available in the parking structure off of La Tijera. Pull forward, gate will open automagically.
Please RSVP by Monday, April 3rd.