Portola Branch Library

A joint partnership to develop a neighborhood library in San Francisco

The 6,300-square-foot building is the culmination of creative collaboration between the joint venture of Noll & Tam Architects and Stoner Meek Architects, the San Francisco Public Library, and the Portola community. The new library offers designated teen space, a children’s room, and flexible space to support events after hours. An open book motif is represented in the sunshades along the building’s southern wall.

Details and Team

Project Details

San Francisco, CA

Location

$3.4M

Construction Cost

2009

Completion Date
Project Details

San Francisco, CA

Location

$3.4M

Construction Cost

2009

Completion Date

The 6,300-square-foot building is the culmination of creative collaboration between the joint venture of Noll & Tam Architects and Stoner Meek Architects, the San Francisco Public Library, and the Portola community. The new library offers designated teen space, a children’s room, and flexible space to support events after hours. An open book motif is represented in the sunshades along the building’s southern wall.