Should modern digital-display signs be allowed to stand outside Brooklyn's landmarked libraries? This is not a theoretical question. LVCK LLC, a design firm hired by the Brooklyn Public Library, has come up with a plan to install electronic signs outside five genteel century-old buildings whose construction was funded by famed philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.
By: Lore Croghan
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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