AL Design Showcase - James K. Moffitt Library, University of California, Berkeley

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Designed in the late 1960s, the James K. Moffitt Library’s fourth- and fifth-floor renovations brought the library into the 21st century, with the addition of studios for audio and video recording, a wellness room, and a gender-neutral restroom. James K. Moffitt Library common area

Accessible 24 hours a day, the spaces were designed for maximum natural light exposure, allowing for outdoor views throughout the building and decreased lighting expenditures.

Project: Renovation
Architect: Gensler
Size: 125,000 square feet
Cost: $15 million
Photo: Jasper Sanidad