Robin Hood Library Initiative

Robin Hood Library Initiative

Robin Hood Library Initiative

Our work with the Robin Hood Library Initiative entitles the design of four new libraries that serve the communities of underfunded public schools. 


Robbin-Hood-Library-1
PS9Q
Each project created bright, inspiring places to read and study while meeting tight budget and schedule limits.  ©Peter Mauss/ESTO
Robbin-Hood-Library-2
PS9Q
Each project created bright, inspiring places to read and study while meeting tight budget and schedule limits. ©Peter Mauss/ESTO
Robbin-Hood-Library-3
PS9Q
©Peter Mauss/ESTO
Robbin-Hood-Library-7
PS105
©Peter Mauss/ESTO
Robbin-Hood-Library-4
PS105
As the New York Times noted about one designed space, “it is a very big deal, the new library at P.S. 105. A new library feeds a boy’s dreams.” ©Peter Mauss/ESTO
Robbin-Hood-Library-5
PS105
©Peter Mauss/ESTO
Robbin-Hood-Library-10
PS196K
© Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul
Robbin-Hood-Library-11
PS196K
© Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul
Robbin-Hood-Library-12
PS196K
© Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul
Robbin-Hood-Library-6
PS105
©Peter Mauss/ESTO
Robbin-Hood-Library-13
PS380
© Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul
Robbin-Hood-Library-14
PS380
© Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul
Year
2007
Location
Brooklyn, New York
Client
Owner: NYC Board of Education, 28-11 Queens Plaza North, LIC, NY 11101 Client: Robin Hood Foundation, 826 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10003
Typology
Institutional, Library
Size
PS105 2,400 S.F.; PS196 1,950 S.F.; PS380 2,200 S.F.; PS9Q 1,300 S.F. SF
Design Team
Jonathan Marvel, Principal; Michael Pilarski, Project Architect
Consultants
Contractor: F.J. Sciame Construction Co., Inc., 80 South Street, New York, NY 10038
Photography Credits
PS9Q and PS105 ©Peter Mauss/ESTO; PS196 and PS380 ©Chu and Paul Photography, Kevin Chu + Jessica Paul
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