A new building designed to accommodate converged library and computer services into the twenty‐first century, the Aldham Robarts Learning Resources Centre of Liverpool John Moores University, has made a marked impact on the “two cathedrals” campus. With its annexe it provides nearly 6,000m 2 giving a stock capacity of 220,000 volumes, 720 reader seats and 250 networked PCs. It is a deep‐plan building with three‐storey atrium as a distinctive design feature. The history of the project, within the University′s estates strategy, is given together with a description of the planning process, features of the building and internal layout.
New Library World – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 1, 1994
Keywords: Computer users; Libraries; Liverpool John Moores University; Premises; Universities
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