“Three years after the Seattle Central Library opened to starbursts of praise, including mine, I am trying to understand why, when I need to spend a working day at a library, I retreat to the Bellevue Regional instead of Seattle’s downtown flagship,” writes Lawrence Cheek of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

“It’s time for a reconsideration — something like what architects call a post-occupancy evaluation, which looks at how a building is working for people in everyday use.”

Time to Re-evaluate Seattle’s Central Library was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by ksalay@pps.org
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