We converted the first floor of a 1970s library building, from a dated stack area, into a modern ‘collaborative environment’ including casual seating space and study areas.
For the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library, we provided full project management, including design of all custom items, all shelving and procurement of loose and fixed furniture for the public areas.
We converted the second floor into a unique Special Collections area and collaborative meeting space for graduate students.
Completed the conversion of the reference library into the Public Computing Center and Teen Space.
We converted the first floor meeting rooms and storage areas into a Post Graduate Lounge and collaborative meeting space. The objective was to create an ‘airport lounge style’ environment with multiple informal and formal locations to stimulate this mature student group.
We converted the first floor of a 1960s library building, from a dated stack area, into a modern ‘coffee shop style’ casual seating space, including collaborative study areas. We combined all new furniture with original ‘Knoll’ classic pieces.
At the Patrick Heath Public Library worked with the Library Director and Project Architect on preparation of the interior designs for the new facility.
Client wanted to develop more casual seating and collaborative study areas throughout their 9 story campus library. Phase One was to prototype seating concepts and placements, to obtain feedback from both staff and students.
Worked with the project architects, Natalye Appel and Associates Architects, and James Ray Architects, on this award-winning renovation project for Houston Public Library.
Worked with the Library Director, and the Library Foundation Chair, on preparation of the interior designs for remodeling the 10 year old Children’s Library.
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