The Ingleside Branch Library has recently found a permanent home after bouncing between rented spaces since 1917. The building, designed by Fougeron Architecture, won a competition held by the San Francisco Public Library in 2002, and opened in September. Arch Daily's just posted gallery showcases the building's two main features: an egg-shaped reading room, and a high canopy roof that shields the building from too much heat and also doubles as a good platform for future solar panels. The courtyard's located next to the site of a future playground for "greater aggregate outdoor space."
· Ingleside Branch Library / Fougeron Architecture [Arch Daily]
· Rendering Reveal Redux: Ingleside Library is, in Fact, Square [Curbed SF]