Here is a great article about library planning.
Learning to Adapt
A new children’s library and learning center in Little Rock, Ark., aims to redefine the library for today’s community needs—which sometimes includes a kitchen
By Steve Cimino
The word “library” brings to mind shelves and shelves of dusty books, with several stray computers off to the side and a tweedy, bespectacled librarian overseeing it all. In 2015, however, the majority of the world’s books are available for download on mobile devices, via Google Books, Project Gutenberg, or some other repository waving the banner of free and open access.
How can a bricks-and-mortar institution like a library survive?
A first step is to expand beyond the written word and focus on…
Read the entire article here: American Institute of Architects