Library Journal Lighting Quality, Not Quantity | Library by Design Library Journal The architectural design of the renovated Central Library addresses sustainability on many levels, most notably through the use of a raised-floor mechanical plenum,...
Toronto Library Offers Store-Quality Book Printing To Customers Huffington Post Canada Once ascended, never forgotten; this dark forbidding staircase ascends from the entrance vestibule to the brightly lit library above.
Watch Helmut Jahn Explain His Design For U of C's Mansueto Library Curbed Chicago The University of Chicago's Joe and Rika Mansueto Library designed by Helmut Jahn turns three years old this summer, but still remains one of Chicago's most important...
For an impressive and well-equipped venue for your next function or special event, why not consider the State Library of Victoria? The blend of 19th Century heritage architecture and modern refurbished spaces, coupled with excellent service and catering Melbourne
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The GVSU library is intuitively designed. A perfect place for accommodating collaborative and focused study formations in close proximity. How could the ideas behind this design translate to other physical learning spaces?
Library Journal 2014 Gale/LJ Library of the Year: Edmonton Public Library, Transformed by ... Library Journal All are Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified by the Canadian Green Building Council.
With school back in session and students returning to the library—sometimes of their own free will, sometimes grudgingly—the library can seem quite full again after the late summer lull. This is a great time to think about the different demands that are placed on library spaces and how to manage these demands to ensure that everyone can use the library to do what they want to do.
On November 8, 2013, librarians and architects from around the country gathered at the newly renovated Central Branch of the St. Louis Public Library (SLPL) to discuss the present and future of building libraries at LJ’s Design Institute (DI). The watchword of the fall 2013 DI was flexibility, and the emphasis of the event was on creating libraries that can adapt to serve new purposes—some of which librarians and designers can’t even yet foresee.