The Jefferson Madison Regional Library and Zoé Edgecomb are partnering to create a book house using recycled books as part of the structure.
Jefferson Madison Regional Library || The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library’s mission is to enhance the quality of life by providing equal access to information. The Regional Library serves all ages, promotes reading, serves as a life-long educational resource, and supports democracy by fostering the free exchange of ideas. JMRL serves a population of 195,000 residents, with nine locations (in Charlottesville City, Albemarle, Greene, Nelson & Louisa counties) and provides Bookmobile services to rural Albemarle County and institutions. With combined holdings of over 500,000 items, the library circulates over 1,600,000 items annually.
Zoé Edgecomb || Zoé is a designer and artist who has spent most of her life in and around Charlottesville and remembers taking her vacuum cleaner to be repaired in the building where the Bridge PAI is now. She studied sculpture at VCU, architecture and landscape architecture at UVa, and has been a patron of the Jefferson Madison Regional Library, her community partner in this project, since she was nine years old.