Greer, N.R.
November 1991
Architectural Record;Nov1991, Vol. 179 Issue 11, p96
Trade Publication
Examines Georgetown University Law Center's new Edward Bennett Williams Law Library designed by Hartman-Cox Architects. The library's interiors all radiate from an atrium and a two-story main reading room. Materials; Spaces; Relationship to Law Center.


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