Client:City of Siloam Springs
Designer:Matthias J. Pearson Architect PLLC
The City of Siloam Springs selected Nabholz to build its new library, a facility that replaces the town’s 50-year-old library, which the community had long ago outgrown.
The new Siloam Springs Library is an 18,322-square-foot building with access floor system, perimeter stemwall, and roof system that slopes toward the center of the building. The building features large storefront windows and multiple cladding systems, including EIFS, sheet metal, precast, and brick. A children’s reading area boasts rubberized floors for a more kid-friendly space. Other features include computer labs, reading rooms, and conference/meeting spaces.