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Presentation at Friends of the Northeast Library Meeting April 23, 2012.

Presentation at Friends of the Northeast Library Meeting April 23, 2012.

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  • Lower Level First FloorMezzanine Second Floor Restoration Zone - Primary public spaces that contain significant remaining features. Rehabilitation Zone - Secondary public spaces or those that contain less historic integrity. Renovation Zone - Tertiary spaces or areas with few significant features. 11
  • Existing Lower Level 12
  • 6 – New Wall Opening 7 – Existing Wall Opening EnlargedLower Level 8 – Existing Stair to be Removed 13
  • Existing First Floor 14
  • 1 – Existing Opening to Remain 6 – New Wall Opening 2 – Existing Mezzanine to Remain 7 – Existing Wall Opening Enlarged 3 – Existing Casework to Remain 8 – Existing Stair to be RemovedFirst Floor – Option 1 4 – Install New Window to Match Existing 9 – Existing Casework to be Removed 15
  • 1 – Existing Opening to Remain 6 – New Wall Opening 2 – Existing Mezzanine to Remain 7 – Existing Wall Opening Enlarged 3 – Existing Casework to Remain 8 – Existing Stair to be RemovedFirst Floor – Option 2 4 – Install New Window to Match Existing 9 – Existing Casework to be Removed 16
  • Existing Mezzanine 17
  • 2 – Existing Mezzanine to Remain 6 – New Wall Opening 7 – Existing Wall Opening EnlargedMezzanine 8 – Existing Stair to be Removed 18
  • Existing Second Floor 19
  • 1 – Existing Opening to Remain 7 – Existing Wall Opening Enlarged 3 – Existing Casework to Remain 8 – Existing Stair to be Removed 5 – Existing Window Seat to Remain 9 – Existing Casework to be RemovedSecond Floor – Option 1 6 – New Wall Opening 20
  • 1 – Existing Opening to Remain 7 – Existing Wall Opening Enlarged 3 – Existing Casework to Remain 8 – Existing Stair to be Removed 5 – Existing Window Seat to Remain 9 – Existing Casework to be RemovedSecond Floor – Option 2 6 – New Wall Opening 21
  • Existing Attic 22
  • Attic 7 – Existing Wall Opening Enlarged 23
  • Option 1 AttributesChildren on 1st Floor / Adults on 2nd Floor • Concentrates more active / noisy program spaces on the first floor • Strollers have easy access to the childrens area without requiring use of the elevator • Main circulation desk is always staffed and has direct sight lines to the childrens area, in addition to the separate childrens information desk • Locates teen area near adult area • Allows for four study rooms within the adult area • Low height (76") ceiling beneath the mezzanine will work better for childrens program spaces than adult program spaces • Children have easier access to Lower Level meeting room for large programs 24
  • Option 2 AttributesAdults on 1st Floor / Children on 2nd Floor • Maximizes childrens area on upper level, a more sequestered area of the building • Teens and children occupy the same floor • Allows for only three study rooms within the adult area • All adult areas are concentrated to a single floor (Adult, New Materials, Sight & Sound) 25
  • Petworth Library – Children’s Area 26
  • Alternate 1 - South Elevation 27
  • Alternate 2 - South Elevation 28
  • Alternate 1 - North Elevation 29
  • Alternate 2 - North Elevation 30
  • West Elevation 31
  • Alternate 1 -Northwest View 32
  • Alternate 2 -Northwest View 33
  • Alternate 1 - Southwest View 34
  • Alternate 2 - Southwest View 35
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