by Phil Morehart, courtesy of American Libraries
Built in 1906, Norrington Center, the oldest Carnegie library remaining on a college campus in Missouri - is now a state of the art academic commons that serves as a library and meeting place for the university. Renovations included collaborative and quiet areas, tech-enhanced classrooms for distance learning, and a coffee shop.
Architect: Helix Renovation + Design
Size: 11,700 square feet
Cost: $3.4 million
(Photo by Michael Robinson)