Client Fulton County, Georgia

Wolf Creek Branch Library

Atlanta, Georgia

The Wolf Creek Library design creates an iconic community destination and serves as a catalyst for future growth in the area. The building's interior design suggests its role as the "living room" for the community, offering open, comfortable spaces equipped with state-of-the-art technology, such as Wi-Fi, media and tablet checkout, and a café. The exterior property features an outdoor reading garden and terraced seating. The library houses 5,700-SF of adult collections, 5,000-SF of children's collections, a computer/learning station room, teen area, music room, sub-dividable community meeting room for 125 people, and two conference rooms with smart boards and projectors. Certified LEED Silver, the library employs sustainable features that include low flow plumbing fixtures, sensor operated lighting, and low-e glass.

At a glance

25,000 SF

Outdoor Reading Garden

5,700-SF Adult Collections

5,000-SF Children's Collections

Music Rooms


125-Seat Community Meeting Room

2 Conference Rooms

LEED Silver Certified


Infused with Digital Technology

Community "Living Room" Design

LEED Silver Sustainable Design with Low Flow Plumbing Fixtures, Sensor Operated Lighting, and Low-e Glass.



Architectural Design

Engineering: Mechanical, Electrical, Structural

Interior Design

Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment

Construction Documents

Construction Administration

"Designed in collaboration with Fulton County and area stakeholders, the Wolf Creek Branch Library symbolically embodies the progress and connectedness of the deeply rooted African-American community of Wolf Creek. The building blends into its lush surroundings, while features like the striking slanted roof reflect the community’s upward mobility."