Wisconsin State Law Library
Madison, WI

This state of the art resource center was built with public funds. Direction was determined by stake-holders including State Agencies, the library community and Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson. The facility includes computer labs, classrooms, a lecture room and a rare book archive facility that houses documents dating back to the private collection of Thomas Jefferson. Materials indigenous to Wisconsin were integral to the design process and the final product.

Owner: Wisconsin State University
Completion: 2003
Size: 34,000 SF

Of Interest:
  • Computer Labs
  • Classrooms
  • Lecture Room
  • Rare Book Archive
  • Local Materials

Publication in Design Solutions Magazine "Maple Makes Law Library an Elegant Edition," 2003

Publication in Construction Leaders Today Magazine, "From Black box to Broadcast," 2010