Peterson Architecture worked with Carmel-Clay Public Library to creatively utilize an old grocery store to house a wide array of books. While the main Carmel library branch undergoes renovations, the Carmel-Clay Public Library will operate out of an old Marsh grocery store. This unique use of space has been a huge hit with patrons of all ages, who are thrilled that the library will remain in the Marsh location for the next two years.  Peterson Architecture greatly enjoyed working with the City of Carmel to make this innovative use of public space possible.

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