The conversion of Colorado Rocky Mountain School's old science building into its new library involved opening the building up to the surrounding quad
 Pre-renovation, the building was disorienting, lightless, and hermetic
 A4 opened up the core of the building and let in light by turning its tower into a clerestory 
 Projecting window nooks and moveable tables provide a variety of studying locations
 The entry was moved to the other side of the building to engage with the highly trafficked path between the main classroom building and the dining hall
 The previous classrooms lacked windows and the central core was solid rather than open
 The new library has plenty of light and space for stacks, offices, and study areas
Hexagonal Plan
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