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Display Rack on right<br />Trend Vol 21, No 9<br />
Metal Tables<br />Trend Vol 21, No 9<br />
Front addition looking like this but greys<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Plaza feel – outdoor courtyard, students and tables etc underneath<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Carpet, lighting and plugs at desks, wiring from floor<br />Wood grain chairs reflect well off white walls and pillars<br ...
E-kiosk, chairs for study<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Curvey wall<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Commission artwork to hang in the foyer<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Like the words on the walls. Matches the numbers on the doors<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Large room that can be divided into smaller ones.<br />Sliding doors of glass/walls/office.<br />Recessed lighting – no fl...
Round desk is less threatening<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Can we get wired for sound, TV screens (not bank),  cool ceiling tiles allows lighting to be moved easily but could make r...
Layout learning commons kitchen in middle<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Need blinds for glare<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Cool bubbly wall<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Lounge chairs and table arrangement<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Height and spaciousness of entrance<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Coloured steps <br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Use of colour and ‘bar’ space. May need to be very careful of colour choice<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Lending/ref desk?<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Height and spaciousness of entrance<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
Seats for lounging not study<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
Monitors on arms, half height cubicle<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
Seats and stools efficient using the one pattern<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
Could our desk incorporate glass front cabinets for display, notices?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
Conversation, reading bench<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
Mobile storage, like green, partition and desk<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
Worth considering higher tables and chairs in the mix?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
Could have lots of words etched on glass walls<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
Recycling receptacles<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
Glass balustrades on Level 4?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
Ceiling lighting to guide you through the shots from entrance<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
WINTEC – yuck!<br />Looks like a factory, grey on grey, noise issue?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
WINTEC – yuck!<br />Don’t like stairway or mesh ceiling<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
Chairs don’t look comfortable to work at easily. Most people lean towards using laptops. Interesting moveable chairs with ...
Nice workstation. Wires hidden<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
Modular booths<br />
Like the use of coloured lighting<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
Green glazing<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
Blackboard specials board<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
Numbering glass panels of rooms. Like the number.<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
Entrance foyer with reception to side. Also like shape of chairs and wood panelling<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
Like the chairs<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
Consulting desks, orange cubes for customers, visually a welcoming clean-lines space<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Wall posters interchangeable, quote on wall<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Cool peep hole<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Wooden topped stools will wear well<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Red offices can be booked for quiet working<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Stools more stable than bar-style stools (single pole)<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Like the chairs and sofas and wooden surround<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Like the whiteboard walls and hidden cupboards<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Foyer entrance would be fantastic in this non-slip<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Adjustable work stations<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Modular seating<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
Like the flow and overall effect<br />Trend Vol24, No 18<br />
Like the panels, especially on wheels<br />Trend Vol24, No 18<br />
Replace daleks?<br />Trend Vol24, No 18<br />
I want a lounger with arm for keyboard, screen and mouse<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
Might be worth a visit, open plan classrooms, use of natural materials. <br />Jasmax.<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
Exterior seating, paving, large stones<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
Mural at entrance<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
Datashow onto the wall – cool idea. Could be used for video installation art, VA students artwork, exhibition slides<br />...
Ceiling tiles and familiar seating! Please don’t get  snake seating no one uses it<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
Murals commissioned by students<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
Cubicles only half height walls and greenery! Wiring coming from the roof. I like the red in the colour scheme – fits with...
Now that’s a feature wall!<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
Could this floor plan be adapted for the learning commons? I like the reception desks.<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
Seats – great for wide asses!<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
Natural material theme<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
Clouds and trees. Could do similar with kete motif?<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
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MIT Library Design Ideas

  1. 1. Display Rack on right<br />Trend Vol 21, No 9<br />
  2. 2. Metal Tables<br />Trend Vol 21, No 9<br />
  3. 3. Front addition looking like this but greys<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  4. 4. Plaza feel – outdoor courtyard, students and tables etc underneath<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  5. 5. Carpet, lighting and plugs at desks, wiring from floor<br />Wood grain chairs reflect well off white walls and pillars<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  6. 6. E-kiosk, chairs for study<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  7. 7. Curvey wall<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  8. 8. Commission artwork to hang in the foyer<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  9. 9. Like the words on the walls. Matches the numbers on the doors<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  10. 10. Large room that can be divided into smaller ones.<br />Sliding doors of glass/walls/office.<br />Recessed lighting – no fluorescents, pink carpet denotes zones<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  11. 11. Round desk is less threatening<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  12. 12. Can we get wired for sound, TV screens (not bank), cool ceiling tiles allows lighting to be moved easily but could make room too busy if used with non-neutral carpet<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  13. 13. Layout learning commons kitchen in middle<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  14. 14. Need blinds for glare<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  15. 15. Cool bubbly wall<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  16. 16. Lounge chairs and table arrangement<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  17. 17. Height and spaciousness of entrance<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  18. 18. Coloured steps <br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  19. 19. Use of colour and ‘bar’ space. May need to be very careful of colour choice<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  20. 20. Lending/ref desk?<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  21. 21. Height and spaciousness of entrance<br />Trend Vol 21, No 20<br />
  22. 22. Seats for lounging not study<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
  23. 23. Monitors on arms, half height cubicle<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
  24. 24. Seats and stools efficient using the one pattern<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
  25. 25. Could our desk incorporate glass front cabinets for display, notices?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
  26. 26. Conversation, reading bench<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
  27. 27. Mobile storage, like green, partition and desk<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
  28. 28. Worth considering higher tables and chairs in the mix?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 14<br />
  29. 29. Could have lots of words etched on glass walls<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  30. 30. Recycling receptacles<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  31. 31. Glass balustrades on Level 4?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  32. 32. Ceiling lighting to guide you through the shots from entrance<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  33. 33. WINTEC – yuck!<br />Looks like a factory, grey on grey, noise issue?<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  34. 34. WINTEC – yuck!<br />Don’t like stairway or mesh ceiling<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  35. 35. Chairs don’t look comfortable to work at easily. Most people lean towards using laptops. Interesting moveable chairs with built in table.<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  36. 36. Nice workstation. Wires hidden<br />Trend Vol 23, No 18<br />
  37. 37. Modular booths<br />
  38. 38. Like the use of coloured lighting<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
  39. 39. Green glazing<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
  40. 40. Blackboard specials board<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
  41. 41. Numbering glass panels of rooms. Like the number.<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
  42. 42. Entrance foyer with reception to side. Also like shape of chairs and wood panelling<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
  43. 43. Like the chairs<br />Trend Vol22, No 20<br />
  44. 44. Consulting desks, orange cubes for customers, visually a welcoming clean-lines space<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  45. 45. Wall posters interchangeable, quote on wall<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  46. 46. Cool peep hole<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  47. 47. Wooden topped stools will wear well<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  48. 48. Red offices can be booked for quiet working<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  49. 49. Stools more stable than bar-style stools (single pole)<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  50. 50. Like the chairs and sofas and wooden surround<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  51. 51. Like the whiteboard walls and hidden cupboards<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  52. 52. Foyer entrance would be fantastic in this non-slip<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  53. 53. Adjustable work stations<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  54. 54. Modular seating<br />Trend Vol23, No 9<br />
  55. 55. Like the flow and overall effect<br />Trend Vol24, No 18<br />
  56. 56. Like the panels, especially on wheels<br />Trend Vol24, No 18<br />
  57. 57. Replace daleks?<br />Trend Vol24, No 18<br />
  58. 58. I want a lounger with arm for keyboard, screen and mouse<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
  59. 59. Might be worth a visit, open plan classrooms, use of natural materials. <br />Jasmax.<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
  60. 60. Exterior seating, paving, large stones<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
  61. 61. Mural at entrance<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
  62. 62. Datashow onto the wall – cool idea. Could be used for video installation art, VA students artwork, exhibition slides<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
  63. 63. Ceiling tiles and familiar seating! Please don’t get snake seating no one uses it<br />Trend Vol25, No 4<br />
  64. 64. Murals commissioned by students<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
  65. 65. Cubicles only half height walls and greenery! Wiring coming from the roof. I like the red in the colour scheme – fits with MIT colours. Like the look. How closed off do we want cubicles though – better for staff than students?<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
  66. 66. Now that’s a feature wall!<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
  67. 67. Could this floor plan be adapted for the learning commons? I like the reception desks.<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
  68. 68. Seats – great for wide asses!<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
  69. 69. Natural material theme<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />
  70. 70. Clouds and trees. Could do similar with kete motif?<br />Trend Vol25, No 8<br />

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