The Paul Buisson Architecture Library welcomes contributions no matter what the amount.  Due to space constraints, the University’s architecture collections are housed between two locations, the Otto G. Richter Library and the School of Architecture library. The School’s modestly sized library facility allows students and faculty use of a limited collection in the classroom and studio. A new 10,000-square-foot building is being planned to bring the Richter collection to the School of Architecture and to combine both collections with the School’s computing facilities as an integrated library and learning center.

Visit the School of Architecture site for more information on giving your support.

See also the Richter Library’s general guidelines for donating physical materials to the libraries.