AIA Chat: Architecture as a Source of Reinvention, hosted by Reese Rowland, FAIA

RowlandOn April 1st, AIA Arkansas’s own Reese Rowland, FAIA, hosted AIA National’s April AIA Chat on Twitter. Rowland answered questions around architecture’s role in helping libraries reinvent themselves. The Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library and Learning Center, designed by Rowland and Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects, in Little Rock, Arkansas is a recipient of the 2015 AIA/ALA Library Building Award.

Reese on his experience hosting the chat: “I was interviewed and asked to field questions from across the country and the awards were announced at the end of the chat session. It was an honor to not only be one of the six libraries selected for the awards, but also to be selected for this Chat as well. The AIA is also in the process of writing a case study on the project.”

To see the full chat, click here.

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