Quiet, hushed whispers, padded footsteps and ‘please be quiet’ signage – these are the usual suspects of a library space. But the brief received by ARM Architecture for the Geelong Library and Heritage Centre was something slightly different. “The librarians’ brief was for a contemporary people environment. That means moving away from the traditional model of a library […]
The $45.5 million dollar project is the largest ever undertaken by Geelong City Council, and announces ARM’s particular brand of distinctive, unconventional architecture to the regional centre.