Libraries and Learning Resource Centres

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Routledge, Jun 4, 2009 - Architecture - 288 pages
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Libraries and Learning Resource Centres is a comprehensive reference text examining the changing role and design of library buildings. Critical evaluations of international case studies demonstrate the principles of library design.

Available for the first time in full colour, the second edition of the work focuses particularly on the important question of access and design in public libraries. Updated case studies and technical data allow the professional architect to use the book directly in planning library projects.

Providing guidance on balancing the needs of the collection and the user, Libraries and Learning Resource Centres will be of value to all professional architects involved in library planning.
 

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Contents

History of the library
2
Planning the library
24
Technical issues
66
Library types
112
Speculations
242
Bibliography
263
Index
265
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