A Talk With a Library Architect


The Norman Transcript posts a rather decent talk with an architect specializing in the art of building libraries. He talks about some of the concerns, challenges, and rewards of being able to design some of the 250 libraries built in America every year.

It does this old Circ guy's heart good when the first thing he mentions is problems with the placement of a Circ desk and how important that is. Having been through more than a couple remodelings, I can fully relate to that.

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