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Site Transformation at Hesburgh Library

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It is always rewarding to see a project transition from the "before" to the "after" that was envisioned. Therefore, I am embarking on the goal to show more of them- starting with the Hesburgh Library at the University of Notre Dame.

These photo collages represent a part of the site transformation at the Hesburgh Library.   The changes to the site occurred in just six weeks this summer (2015).   It went from being a very quiet and little-used lawn area to a hub of activity with the addition of the north entrance into the library and the accompanying site improvements. It is so gratifying to see the students and staff enjoying all of the spaces and seating choices designed into this project.   And what a lovely fall it has been to enjoy outdoor spaces!  More photos of the entry plaza itself to come, once the landscape is fully installed there in the spring…




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