Fulmer Public Library | Sheridan County
Design work on the Fulmer Public Library, conceived as a memorial to a local woman, began in 1972. Our firm designed the original building, two major additions, and a comprehensive interior renovation to the library over the course of the next thirty years.
The inviting one-story building is sited on what was once the river bed for Goose Creek. One wing features a light-filled room, used first as the Children’s Square, a cheerfully decorated children’s department. This is paired with the Inner Circle, a public meeting area whose versatile stage and projection capabilities have kept it in constant demand over the years.
An outdoor patio courtyard off the reading area adds another dimension to the library during pleasant weather. In winter, the stone fireplace makes the reading area especially appealing.
- Completed: 1976
- Size: 13,000 sq. ft.