Skip to main content

Design Concepts

Site Arrangement (click to enlarge)

Program Components (click to enlarge)

Design Vision (click to enlarge)

View from Capitol Blvd (click to enlarge)

View from 8th St at W River St (click to enlarge)

Entry Plaza at River Street (click to enlarge)

View from Arts & History Roof Garden (click to enlarge)

View from Greenbelt and Anne Frank Memorial (click to enlarge)

The Architects

 

Design Lead: Safdie Architects

Safdie Architects is an architecture and urban design studio imbued with a spirit of idealism and innovation. The practice is research-oriented and forward thinking, drawing upon a depth of experience to solve contemporary building challenges in imaginative and unexpected ways. 

Safdie Architects is active in a wide variety of project types, scales and sectors, designing museums, cultural centers, libraries, housing, mixed-use developments, transportation centers and master plans in geographically and culturally-diverse places. The studio’s projects around the world have become beloved resources and symbols of their communities as well as regional and national landmarks. Recent library and civic projects include the Salt Lake City Public Library, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, and Vancouver Library Square.  

Executive Architect: CSHQA 

CSHQA is passionate about sustainable, energy-efficient design and creating healthy, enduring spaces for people in which to live, work and play. CSHQA are people who listen, creating design that speaks.

The award-winning design firm specializes in full-service architecture and engineering, interior and environmental design, landscape architecture, telecommunications, and building forensic services. Nearly 100 professionals design civic, education, multi-family, commercial, retail, hospitality, aviation and healthcare projects. Serving clients in all 50 states, CSHQA has offices in Boise, Denver, and Sacramento.

 


Follow This Project!

To keep you up to date on this project, the City of Boise is piloting a new community engagement platform called coUrbanize. Follow along and you will receive:

  • Projects Updates through Opening Day
  • Community Events
  • Continued Opportunities to Share Feedback
  • Main Library Service Notifications ... and More!

SIGN UP

Giving Opportunities

Help us bring this vision to reality! Every donation helps.

DONATE