The George W. Bush Presidential Center, which harvests its rainwater and uses solar power, is the first presidential library to earn a LEED Platinum rating.
Book Mountain is a timber-and-glass pyramid structure in a suburb of Rotterdam that houses almost 10,000 sq. feet of bookshelves, culminating in an airy cafe.
Weighing in at 124,000 square feet, the new McAllen Public Library in McAllen, Texas — once a Super Walmart — has taken a top interior design award.
A proposal for a new library in Finland makes use of an angled roof covered in greenery that you can walk up from the street — as well as a whole lot of solar.
The U.S. Department of Energy highlights how an upstate New York library is making use of new solar photovoltaic arrays to power itself and also community pride.
The new library in Surrey, British Columbia, looks to the future both with LEED-recognized green design and digitally connected, community centered features.