Northeast Regional Library
Civic & Cultural, Interiors
22,400 Square Feet
Architecture, Brand Communication & Design, Interior Architecture, Sustainability
Steep ridges, rolling hills and a nearby stream influenced Little’s design of Northeast Regional Library – a much needed community resource for the citizens of Wake County.
Comprised of two main wings with a central connection at the entry, Little’s design solution stems from the existing topography of the site and its small footprint. A skylight that bridges the adult and children’s wings and the non-linear form of the building mimic the flow of the stream on the site. Primary reading areas take advantage of views down to the stream and in spaces oriented with northern light exposure. Sustainable materials, solar design, high-performance lighting and HVAC design are integrated to help the building achieve the county’s goal of LEED certification.
- The Library Journal - Recognized among top Library Buildings
- LEED Certified
The team at Little has repeatedly provided imaginative, innovative and functional facilities that meet the needs of Wake County, and have a timeless quality and functionality.
Director – Wake County Facilities Design & Construction