PRINCETON PUBLIC LIBRARY
LOCATION: PRINCETON, MASSACHUSETTS
Project Architect for renovation and historic preservation of a library built in 1884. Located on a quintessentially New-England town common. This architectural gem underwent extensive renovations of exterior and interior. The pale tan/brick red remains in contrast to the darker blood red edges and highlights. It is listed as a historical building with a wonderful clock tower with a thousand-pound bell. The interior was carefully restored, preserving luminous stained-glass windows and many woodwork details of the period.
- 2001 Massachusetts Historical Commission Preservation Award
- 2003 AIA Central Massachusetts Honor Award for Design Excellence/Preservation Worchester
*Done by Dan Broggi while at another firm