World Cafe Table Talks at Main Library
The library is working with HBM Architects to study the feasibility of renovation and/or new construction at both Main Library and Bertram Woods Branch.
On Saturday September 6, 2014 community members learned about Shaker Library’s Facilities Assessment and Feasibility Study and offered feedback on concepts for renovation and/or new construction at both Main Library and Bertram Woods Branch.
HBM presented information on trends in library design and services and asked participants to share their likes and dislikes for a variety of spaces throughout libraries. Couldn’t make it to the World Cafe? It’s not too late to share your thoughts on design trends.
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Share your thoughts
If you have other thoughts you would like to share, please email the Director, Luren Dickinson.
About HBM Architects
HBM is a nationally recognized architectural firm focused on library planning and design throughout the country. Their growth nationally and history of success with libraries is built on a collaborative approach to design and community involvement. They have worked with more than 250 libraries since the firm was established in 1976. HBM explores and helps shape library trends and are known for a broad range of design solutions and architectural styles creating buildings that resonate with the unique character of each community.