The Architecture Library collection contains approximately 57,000 books, report and plans, and 200 journal subscriptions in the subject areas of:
Architecture—history and theory, sustainability and green design, innovative materials, digital fabrication, computer-aided design, interior design and other design related disciplines.
City and regional planning – history and theory, comprehensive planning, land use, sustainability and green initiatives, urban design, environmental planning, housing, and transportation .
Landscape architecture—history, site planning, park design, regional landscape planning, site remediation, and urban farming.
There is also a special collections room housing folios of historical importance in architecture, landscape architecture and city planning. In addition we have many important local, national and international maps in this room.
We host the Knowlton School of Architecture (KSA) Digital Library on the second floor of the library and are the repository for archival video and DVD copies of KSA lectures presented by internationally known designers and city planners.
Another special feature of the library is the classic chair collection. See Classic Furniture Collection for information on all classical furniture in the Knowlton School of Architecture.