Library Refurbishment Phase III and IV, Teesside University
Phases III & IV of the Teesside Library project focus on creating quiet individual areas and private silent study spaces for students.
The upper floors have been allocated in the building masterplan to provide progressively private, individual study opportunities, with quiet study on Level 2 and silent study on Level 3. In addition, Level 2 has a specialist ICT focus, with a significant number of hardwired computers with dual screen arrangements and curriculum-specific software to provide high-powered computational resource.
- Interior Design
- Graphic Design
- Space Planning
A key area of investigation is ways in which communal furniture such as large layout tables can be used to suggest and encourage individual study, using lighting, placemats, dividers and other visual devices to focus attention.
Critically, the library has remained in use throughout the works, and the design team has worked closely with the University team to ensure that designs can be realised with minimum disruption to the ongoing activities in the building.
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