MLK Library, Washington

Staircase, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library – © David H. Enzel, 2023

Washington, D.C.’s Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library recently underwent a $210 million three-year renovation by Netherlands-based Mecanoo and New York firm OTJ Architects. The library, which originally opened in 1972, now boasts expanded and updated spaces. The renovation included a dramatic staircase, depicted here, that winds up the library’s six stories. The library is just a mile from the White House.

You can learn more about the library and its beautiful renovation in Architectural Digest.

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