Escaping to the library never seemed so good for the book worms at the newly built Sequoya Library Branch.
The new Sequoya Library nearly doubled in size — from 11,000 to 20,000 square feet and includes a reading room with a fireplace, a brightly colored children’s area, and unique patterned flooring layouts.
In addition to being an exceptional place read and work, the entire building is designed to be LEED certified. This is a first for the entire Madison Public Library system thanks to the design and installation of green options including recyclable carpet tile. The life cycle cost, low VOC emissions and easy installation and repair ensure sustainability for years to come.
Coyle Contract was more than happy to be a part of this sensational new library branch.
*Photographs by Peter Patau.