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The Resource Collaborative library design : from planning to impact, [edited by] Peter Gisolfi

Collaborative library design : from planning to impact, [edited by] Peter Gisolfi

Label
Collaborative library design : from planning to impact
Title
Collaborative library design
Title remainder
from planning to impact
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Peter Gisolfi
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Exceptional library design is the result of effective collaboration. A successful design comes about through a productive exchange of ideas among the stakeholders and the architect. These participants define objectives, evaluate alternatives, and make the choices that can lead to a successful library"--
Assigning source
Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
LBSOR/DLC
Dewey number
022/.30973
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plans
Index
index present
Language note
Text in English
Literary form
non fiction
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Gisolfi, Peter
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  • Library buildings
  • Library buildings
  • Library buildings
  • Library buildings
  • Library buildings
  • Library buildings
  • United States
Label
Collaborative library design : from planning to impact, [edited by] Peter Gisolfi
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Alan Kirk Gray
  • Longwood Public Library: Middle Island, New York. From a one-room schoolhouse to a 48,000-square-foot building
  • Gail Lynch-Bailey and Kathrine Soscia
  • A natural landscape suggests a focus for the Longwood Public Library
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • A community embraces the new building
  • Suzanne Johnson and Lisa Jacobs
  • Bronxville Public Library: Bronxville, New York. Planning an expansion and transformation of a well-loved library
  • Janet C. Lentz and Eloise L. Morgan
  • A transformed library maintains the original vision
  • Introduction: Collaborative design
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Librarian involvement in the design process benefits patrons and staff
  • Pat Root, Tessymol John, and Marianne Wingertzahn
  • Dobbs Ferry Public Library: Dobbs Ferry, New York. An active library emerges from a unique village site
  • Julie Lowy
  • Two settings present an architectural challenge
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • New library offers expansive interiors and river views
  • Edward Canora
  • Byram Shubert Library: Byram, Connecticut. A small branch library expands to meet the needs of its patrons
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Jane Marsh
  • In the new library, children and adults work harmoniously
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Let there be light, let there be space
  • By Miguel Garcia-Colon
  • Part 2.
  • Academic and school libraries. Sternberg Library at Hackley School: Tarrytown, New York. Thinking big produces a positive result
  • Philip Variano
  • The iconic library building represents the spirit of Hackley
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Part 1.
  • The Sternberg Library at Hackley: After a fire, renewal
  • Brianna Judkins
  • Scarsdale High School Library: Scarsdale, New York. The vision for the new library takes a classical form
  • Michael V. McGill
  • A gymnasium becomes an academic library
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • New teaching and learning spaces attract students, teachers, and the community
  • Phyllis DiBianco
  • Timothy Dwight Library at Yale University: New Haven, Connecticut. The expansion and transformation of a residential college library
  • John Loge
  • Public libraries. Darien Library: Darien, Connecticut. Planning the Darien Library of the future
  • Student-run library expands to three levels
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Forging a sense of connection between students, their colleagues, and their studies
  • Alex Werrell
  • Moss Library at the Agnes Irwin School: Rosemont, Pennsylvania. Moving a school library into the twenty-first century
  • Kathleen G. Putnam
  • Connecting a library of separate spaces
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Two-level library accommodates multiple activities simultaneously
  • Julie Diana
  • Kimberly D. Huffard
  • Browning School Library: New York, New York. Creating a coherent school from multiple acquisitions
  • Stephen M. Clement, III
  • A small academic library accommodates a range of student needs
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • A quiet gem becomes a destination
  • Sarah Murphy
  • Conclusion: Creating the essential library
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Darien Library relates to its New England setting
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Darien Library: A partner in civic initiatives
Control code
on1031339480
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xiii, 146 pages
Isbn
9780838917176
Lccn
2018010855
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40028384974
Other physical details
color illustrations, plans
System control number
(OCoLC)1031339480
Label
Collaborative library design : from planning to impact, [edited by] Peter Gisolfi
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Alan Kirk Gray
  • Longwood Public Library: Middle Island, New York. From a one-room schoolhouse to a 48,000-square-foot building
  • Gail Lynch-Bailey and Kathrine Soscia
  • A natural landscape suggests a focus for the Longwood Public Library
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • A community embraces the new building
  • Suzanne Johnson and Lisa Jacobs
  • Bronxville Public Library: Bronxville, New York. Planning an expansion and transformation of a well-loved library
  • Janet C. Lentz and Eloise L. Morgan
  • A transformed library maintains the original vision
  • Introduction: Collaborative design
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Librarian involvement in the design process benefits patrons and staff
  • Pat Root, Tessymol John, and Marianne Wingertzahn
  • Dobbs Ferry Public Library: Dobbs Ferry, New York. An active library emerges from a unique village site
  • Julie Lowy
  • Two settings present an architectural challenge
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • New library offers expansive interiors and river views
  • Edward Canora
  • Byram Shubert Library: Byram, Connecticut. A small branch library expands to meet the needs of its patrons
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Jane Marsh
  • In the new library, children and adults work harmoniously
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Let there be light, let there be space
  • By Miguel Garcia-Colon
  • Part 2.
  • Academic and school libraries. Sternberg Library at Hackley School: Tarrytown, New York. Thinking big produces a positive result
  • Philip Variano
  • The iconic library building represents the spirit of Hackley
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Part 1.
  • The Sternberg Library at Hackley: After a fire, renewal
  • Brianna Judkins
  • Scarsdale High School Library: Scarsdale, New York. The vision for the new library takes a classical form
  • Michael V. McGill
  • A gymnasium becomes an academic library
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • New teaching and learning spaces attract students, teachers, and the community
  • Phyllis DiBianco
  • Timothy Dwight Library at Yale University: New Haven, Connecticut. The expansion and transformation of a residential college library
  • John Loge
  • Public libraries. Darien Library: Darien, Connecticut. Planning the Darien Library of the future
  • Student-run library expands to three levels
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Forging a sense of connection between students, their colleagues, and their studies
  • Alex Werrell
  • Moss Library at the Agnes Irwin School: Rosemont, Pennsylvania. Moving a school library into the twenty-first century
  • Kathleen G. Putnam
  • Connecting a library of separate spaces
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Two-level library accommodates multiple activities simultaneously
  • Julie Diana
  • Kimberly D. Huffard
  • Browning School Library: New York, New York. Creating a coherent school from multiple acquisitions
  • Stephen M. Clement, III
  • A small academic library accommodates a range of student needs
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • A quiet gem becomes a destination
  • Sarah Murphy
  • Conclusion: Creating the essential library
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Darien Library relates to its New England setting
  • Peter Gisolfi
  • Darien Library: A partner in civic initiatives
Control code
on1031339480
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xiii, 146 pages
Isbn
9780838917176
Lccn
2018010855
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
40028384974
Other physical details
color illustrations, plans
System control number
(OCoLC)1031339480

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