City of Round Rock Library
The new Public Library will act as a landmark and a natural extension of Historical Downtown; to create a public link between Downtown and the larger circuit of cultural and historic options available in Round Rock.
The three-story, 65,000 square-foot facility is to include highly flexible and adaptive spaces such as technology hub, maker space, café, large multipurpose rooms, quiet reading room, genealogy room, ample study spaces and rooms, an entire floor dedicated to children and teens, and secure outdoor interactive space.
The building is positioned around a Heritage tree that is to be the focal point for many spaces within the library. Large glass facade will provide abundant natural light and will draw visitors to connect with nature. Cantilevered patios and secured outdoor space overlook the creek and trail.
The site will also include a 300+ car parking garage that will provide parking for the library as well as the neighboring middle school and public parking for the community.
The project was designed in association with 720 Design.
65,000-square-foot public library
300+-car parking structure
- Cantilevered patios and ample outdoor space for patrons to enjoy