Designers are closing in on a final renovation plan for Unalaska’s public library, and they’re looking to give readers a lot more room to maneuver.
This week, architect Brian Meissner presented a handful of redesign options to the community and the Unalaska City Council.
His goal is to address the 18-year-old library’s biggest drawback.
“You’re short on great places to read — and places for people to interact for studying or otherwise," said Meissner, of ECI Alaska Architecture. "Very short for a library and a population of this size.”