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A small, seaside community with approximately 4,000 residents, the town of Homer, Alaska, may seem like an unlikely location for a state-of-the-art construction project. However from the start, the vision for the Homer Public Library was clear – an architecturally-striking, green structure that would not only become a sanctuary for the community, but would push the landscape of the area forward in both design and function.

 

 

Architect:

ECI/Hyer Architecture & Interiors, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

 

Glazing Contractor:

Doors\Windows Unlimited, Inc., Soldotna, Alaska, USA

 

Photography: ©CJBerg


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