GENEVA – Members of the community are invited to attend a series of workshops to participate in the design process for a new library to be built at 210 S. Sixth St., Geneva Public Library officials announced in a news release.
The workshops will be at 7 p.m. June 6, June 13 and July 19 at the library building at 127 James St. in Geneva, the release stated.
Participants are urged to attend all three sessions, which will cover site development, building structure, materials, contemporary library issues, aesthetics and provide an opportunity to offer feedback for the architects and library board members to review, the release stated.
The June 6 workshop will focus on architecture and includes a review of the history of the library as an institution in architectural form and how it has changed over time, the release stated. The June 13 workshop will focus on design considerations for the new library, reviewing site and building access and exterior design. The July 19 workshop will focus on design elements and color and materials, with architects showing three potential exterior elevations and designs for public feedback.
To learn about the project, visit www.gpldnewbuilding.org or email Board@gpld.org.