New University of Chicago library goes underground

05/12/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Officials at the University of Chicago were expected to announce plans on Monday for a new glass-domed, mostly underground library. Architect Helmut Jahn was selected to design the $80 million building, which will part from the conventional design of a traditional library and offer advantages in underground storage that will be lit by natural light from above.

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