Central Library Breaks Ground for Teen Lab Space and Unveils New Name
The Daily News – On February 4, Central Library held a groundbreaking for their new state-of-the-art learning lab for teens. Rebecca Courtney, principal in charge of interiors at LRK, worked with Margaret Sullivan of Margaret Sullivan Studio, “leading designer of teen spaces in libraries,” to design the teen lab space.
Out of 700 submissions, Cloud901 was chosen as the new name. You can also click here to see the concept diagrams of the teen lab.
Bottom right photo: LRK Principal Frank Ricks, LRK Principal and project designer Rebecca Courtney and project design team member Greg Hammond were among the attendees.
Photos courtesy of Memphis Public Library.