Designed by architect Antoine Predock, the 109,000 square foot building is a careful response to the natural and cultural landscape that fills Pueblo’s history. Rising five stories with large windows and glass elevators, the library takes full advantage of the views over the city: the Arkansas Valley as well as distant mountains such as Pikes Peak, the Wet Mountains, and the Greenhorn and Spanish peaks. Its spacious layout creates a welcome feeling for library patrons.
Silver: Pueblo County Courthouse
215 W. 10th Street | Built 1908-1912
Bronze: Central High School
216 E. Orman | Built 1906