The Future of Library Design
Harvard Graduate School of Design
Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020 → Saturday, September 19, 2020
Location: Harvard University Campus
CEUs: 21 AIA/CES (HSW) | 21 AICP/CM
Explore emerging models and evolving changes in library environments and how changes in service and information technology influence library facility design. Intended for architects and librarians, library staff, and trustees, this comprehensive course examines the role of the physical library in the changing digital information landscape.
Architects, Interior Designers, Contractors, Urban Planners, Librarians, Library Staff, and Library Trustees/Commissioners
- Interpret emerging trends in library design and library interiors.
- Recognize the impact of new developments in information technology and equipment.
- Understanding of the process of working with library consultants, architects, and contractors.
- Awareness of library programming and planning considerations; space planning standards; program functional adjacencies, synergies, and library zoning.
- Apply sustainable design/LEED strategies for libraries.
Jeffery Hoover, AIA
Principal, Tappé Architects
2020 Guest Speakers
Principal, The Sextant Group
Founding Partner, Terapin Bright Green
Director, Salt Lake County Libraries
Director, Cecil County Public Library
Director of Service Delivery, Calgary Public Library
Library Director, Bridgewater College
Shannon Wray, CID, IIDA, LEED AP
Associate, Quinn Evans Architects