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Libraries Provide Home With A Sense Of Place

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A rendering of the library at 40 East End. COURTESY DEBORAH BERKE COURTESY DEBORAH BERKE

A rendering of the library at 40 East End. COURTESY DEBORAH BERKE COURTESY DEBORAH BERKE

author on Jun 10, 2019
When New York architect Deborah Berke’s firm was tasked with designing luxury condominiums on the Upper East Side, including the shared amenities, she knew a library for the future residents... more

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