Gallery: UCLA’s Young Library Undergoes Landmark LEED Gold Renovation

Originally built in the 1960s, the Charles E. Young Research Library has been a staple for many students at UCLA. The library recent received an well-deserved facelift, undergoing numerous landmark renovations. Led by Perkins+Will, the library's renovations focused in on significant improvements across the board, including energy efficiency, technology, functionality and use of space. The LEED Gold targeted overhaul brought more natural daylight into the space, improved the study areas, increased collaborative work spaces, and made the library more flexible for the future modifications.

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