About Us

The Library of Architecture, Design, & Construction (LADC), a branch of Auburn University’s Ralph Brown Draughon Library, supports the research and teaching needs of the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC). The library is also a resource for professionals in related fields and for the community.

The library houses a collection of over 45,000 volumes focused on architecture, building science, community planning, environmental design, graphic design, industrial design, interiors architecture, and landscape architecture disciplines; and subscribes to over 100 domestic and foreign periodicals.

Services provided include research assistance, extended weeknight hours, use of equipment and circulation of materials.

Contact Us

Address:
Library of Architecture, Design, & Construction
143 Dudley Commons
361 Graves Drive
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849

Telephone:
(334) 844-1751

Kasia Leousis, Architecture and Art Librarian

334-844-1752

ksl0008@auburn.edu

Kasia oversees administration of the LADC’s policies, services, and staff. She provides specialized research assistance, instruction, collection development, tours/orientation, and outreach for students and faculty in all the College of Architecture, Design and Construction's programs.

 

LADC Staff (2 Vacant Positions)

Technical Specialist II (Technical Services/Collections Manager). Responsibilities include: manages course reserve materials, oversees the print journals, responds to Interlibrary Loan and AubieExpress requests, supervises inventory, handles missing and lost book problems, and processes and catalogs building material samples for the Materials Lab.

Technical Specialist II (Public Services/Student Supervisor). Responsibilities include: student supervision (hiring, training, managing), designs displays and signage for the LADC lobby, manages the LADC's website and social media presence and helps to coordinate and provide services at the circulation desk and for user technology.

334-844-1751

Last Updated: Jun 26, 2018