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Dokk1 - Rolf Hapel

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Presentatie van Rolf Hapel over DOKK1, Aarhus
Studiereis VVBAD juni 2016

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Dokk1 - Rolf Hapel

  1. 1. Dokk1 - Urban Mediaspace Aarhus Rolf Hapel Director Citizens’ Services and Libraries City of Aarhus Denmark
  2. 2. 1. The project 2. Society trends and libraries 3. User involvement 4. Digital development 5. A new culture?
  3. 3. Library and Citizens’ Services 18.000 m2 Rental spaces 11.000 m2 Covered outdoor area under building 10.500 m2 Areas for tecnical equipment and depots 4000 m2 Automatic P-facility for 1.000 cars Arrival Center + Opening of river Etablishing of harbour squares and spaces Traffic regulation Light rail tracé Climate protection (flooding) of central city The Project The largest construction project in the history of Aarhus municipality
  4. 4. Costs Mill. Euro Economic Frame for the total project Urban Mediaspace Aarhus 280 Financing Mill. Euro Foundations Realdania og Realdania Byg 100 Sale of old main library and capitalising of rental income 55 The Municipality 119 Salling Foundation + Maersk Foundation 6 I alt 280 Ecnomy Rolf Hapel, Borgerservice og Biblioteker, Aarhus
  5. 5. 3 times the size of the public area - now on two levels Special place for kids and their families - 5 times the old childrens Increaset level of technology - the building, the functions, the size Learning activities and partnerships Increased opening hours
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  7. 7. The political process 1998-2005 1998 – Analysis point to four possible locations for a library 1999 – Idea competition for the urban harbor areas 2001 – City’s business promotion plan included ’Multimedia House’ 2001 – City plan 2003 – City Council agree on investment plan 2004 - City Council agree on location 2003 – September: Master plan for urban harbor areas 2005 – Money for the project planning phase on ’Multimedia House’
  8. 8. 2007 – Competition format, determination of core values and vision 2008 – Clustering of projects from several to one, competition brief, partnership with Realdania Foundation 2009 – Competition won by SHL, Alectia Engineers and Kirstine Jensens landscape architects 2009/11 – Local plan, project planning, provision of project contracts 2011 - Ground breaking 2012 - Increased money for running costs in technical budget 2013 - Additional budget granted because of the building size 2014 - Additional budget granted because of increased opening hours 2015 - Opening of Dokk1 The political process 2005-2015
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  11. 11. Libraries of the industrial age Democracy Free and equal access to information + Education Support to the formal education system + Culture Access to cultural heritage and experiences = Success 60 -70 % of population users Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  12. 12. Urbanity.. Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  13. 13. Mobility.. Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  14. 14. Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark Democracy Co-creation and citizens involvement
  15. 15. New citizens The “new elderly" Demography Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  16. 16. Demography 30 % fewer young people.. ..than when I was young! Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  17. 17. The social excluded Polarisation? 30 % of the labour force has no vocational education 15 % of youth does not get education beyond secondary school 15 – 20 % of population are illiterate = 1 mio people Larger gap between information strong and information weak citizens? Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  18. 18. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 More than 60 % decrease in number of service points in Denmark since 1980! Fewer libraries.. .
  19. 19. No more money – probably less!
  20. 20. Libraries Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  21. 21. Reinvent the library new ways of professionalism new products new alliances new ways of funding Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  22. 22. A new library model for the knowledge society Danish Digital Library The ’Open Library’ Partnerships Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  23. 23. The modern library D. Skot-Hansen et. al. Royal School of Library and Information Science Cognition/information Engagement Innovation Empower- ment
  24. 24. A British idea: The Mash-up library LOCAL ARCHIVE ARKIV Archive YOUTH MEETING ROOMS ANALOGUE MEDIA SELF SERVICE LEARNING CENTER SMS BUSINESS SERVICE HOME- WORK HELP COMMUNITY CENTER CAFÉ STUDY SUPPORTJOB CORNER LIBRARY SHOP REFERENCE CONSUMER INFO NATURE GUIDE EXHIBITIONS FAMILIES Partner activities Q AND A HEALTH COUNCELLING LEISURE INFO NEWS LOUNGE QUIET AREA TODDLERS/CHILDREN REA- DING TRAI- NING Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  25. 25. Citizens’ Services Now all Danish public libraries offer some sort of Citizens Services
  26. 26. Now -Citizens cooperation -User driven innovation -Co-production -Co-creation Sherry Arnstein, 1969 Rolf Hapel Citizens' Services and Libraries Aarhus Denmark
  27. 27. Vision Space for human development and interaction .. promoting experience, learning, innovation, perception, contemplation and inspiration.. through a flexible and programmable building.. with special focus on children and families Rolf Hapel Borgerservice og Biblioteker Aarhus Kommune
  28. 28. Interaction Distance Short term Long termSponsorships Short duration Donations, gifts Volunteers as consultants Advocacy campains Co-production R & D Business development projects Branding Sponsorships Long duration Networks, clubs Innovation in hybrid organisations Dialogue on services Partnership strategy Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  29. 29. Therefore partnerships.. New resources and skills in the library Knowledge and inspiration from others Increased network Increased diversity and quality in service production Enhanced communication and marketing Legitimization New ambassadors Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  30. 30. DESIGN THINKING Design thinking is about accelerating innovation to create better solutions to the challenges we meet!
  31. 31. Download: www.designthinkingforlibraries.com Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
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  33. 33. Self service return
  34. 34. Online reservation lists on Smart Phones Predetermined collection paths on every branch Work flow
  35. 35. 870.000 items 4.3 mill loan per year 80.000 reservations at any given time 770.000 reservations per year Main library + 18 branches
  36. 36. Maximum and minimum amount of material on the shelves Maximum and minimum number copies to each title Automatic refill from the Material hotel when shelves are low on materials
  37. 37. Automatic regulation of overflow and shortage Material scanned to position 100 % net. usage of shelves Reservations on the fast track Media hotel
  38. 38. Infrastrucure for digital objects + Collaboration on purchasing + Promotion and mediation Danish Digital Library Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark All Danish municipalities has joined!
  39. 39. Idea  Liberate data and information  Create relations between data  Make the users knowledge visible and useful  Place information in a meaningful context for the users ..by using open source software and forming communities for development Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  40. 40. Concept The well (data repository) O Sources Application layer O m Presentation User transactions Harvesting and indexing Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
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  45. 45. Responsive design Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark
  46. 46. Hackerspaces Makerspaces Fablabs Share premises, tools, knowledge Create projects, ideas, network
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  49. 49. From Information searchable anywhere To What is only possible to experience in the library Space for media The space as a media On-line On-site Information Meaning and significance Facts Reliability Encounter with information Encounter with people Well informed Eksperimental Visitor Resource Neutrality Sensuous Serious Playful Programme Events The library as a space Ivar Moltke, Create
  50. 50. From Space for Media to Space for People Libraries are low intensive meeting places and creators of social capital and trust.. Ragnar Audunson, Oslo University college, Dept. of Journalism, Library and Information Studies, Oslo, Norway
  51. 51. LESSONS LEARNED Make partnerships Co-create and co-produce Integrate user generated knowledge in services Liberate the library from analog media - gradually!!! Think ’relations’ rather than ’transactions’ Build value chains, formats and ”universes” in service production Make space for transformations in the library: Prototyping, fablabs, hackerspaces, urban offices, demo-teques Be where the users are Rolf Hapel, Citizens' Services and Libraries, Aarhus, Denmark

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