LaGrange County Library Building Project Charrettes
char · rette \sh& ret'\ n
: a group assembled to examine a problem or matter, aided by specialists
Many urban design and public works projects,
including governmental, library, and other public institutions are completed
utilizing the charrette process of some form. The process allows
the architect to conduct preliminary design and program functions in a
public forum; thereby allowing user groups and the public to be engaged
in the design process.
Morrison Kattman Menze, Inc. will be conducting
the following public charrettes for the LaGrange County Library building
project in the library's community room:
± 1 hour
Bring forward issues, goals, concerns,
Answer these questions:
How will this building be used? By who?
What future needs should we plan for?
10 years? 20 years?
What image or statement should the library
make for the community?
What is the community identity?
What are the technological goals?
3:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m.
Refinement of the space diagrams and building
± 1 hour
Present design concepts for
critiques and suggestions.
Architects work to solidify the design
and produce graphics, plans, and models expressing the proposed library.
Discuss the preeminent design and document
comments and suggestions for further development.
Come join the fun and help plan our
If you are unable to attend any of the
charrettes, please write down your ideas, suggestions, or comments and
bring them or send them to the library at:
LaGrange County Library
203 W. Spring St.
LaGrange, IN 46761