Despite the growing popularity of e-books, or perhaps because of it, the country house library is undergoing something of a renaissance, finds Jeremy Musson The country house library has once again found itself in-vogue...
While ebooks have been exploding in popularity in recent years, scholars, chefs and those who just love to tool around in the kitchen say it’s not time to stick a fork in the physical cookbook just yet.
Is a home library a quaint relic of the past, more often encountered in a novel than in real life?Not according to a number of architects in recent interviews. Although their clients read e-books on...
Our buildings matter. Our services matter. But they don’t matter on their own, and we do not determine their value – that is a job for the community. David Lanke shares his thoughts on the future of the librarian and library, or learning commons.
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