(Washington) - The U.S. Commission of Fine Arts (CFA) endorsed the D.C. Public Library’s concept designs of the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood Library at its July 16 meeting. This allows the award-winning design created by architects CORE and HMA2 to continue to move toward final concept approval.
“The library looks forward to using the CFA’s comments on the building's exterior to create a design that is compatible with the original Carnegie building,” says Jeff Bonvechio, director of Capital Construction at the D.C. Public Library. Using the feedback received Thursday, the library will prepare for concept/final at the CFA’s September meeting.