Washington’s new Tukwila Library is topped with a carbon-negative green roof

Architecture firm Perkins+Will announced the completion of their Tukwila Library in King County– a 10,000-square-foot building inspired by the city’s diverse community where over 80 different world languages are spoken. The new library combines a variety of public spaces and sustainable design strategies, including a green roof with a negative-carbon footprint.

The library, built for the King County Library System, is located 20 minutes south of Seattle in Tukwila, Washington. It features a…

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