This project is one of six libraries designed as part of a comprehensive program of improvements within the Medina County District Library system. This new 12,300-sq.ft. branch library, perched near wetlands at the edge of the Highland High School campus, is located in a rural portion of Medina County. The building's form is punctuated by a tower with clerestory windows that invite the sun to play across its interior walls while introducing diffuse natural light into the center of the library.
The building was designed to offer serene views of the nearby wetlands from most of the major interior spaces, including the adult collection, children's area and story room, and the quiet reading area with stone fireplace. The interior features sustainable materials such as cork flooring, recyclable carpeting, and natural wood products.
- Total Size 12,300 SF