Designing Libraries for Safety in the Age of COVID-19

Presented by: Library Journal
Event Date: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 

 

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As libraries cautiously reopen the doors of their physical buildings to the public, minimizing risk from the COVID-19 pandemic to patrons and staff is top priority. Expert architects share design tips for how to use the building itself, and its furnishings, to reduce transmission, encourage social distancing, and get the library ready for its next phase while preserving flexibility for the long term.

Presenters

Pamela Anderson-Brulé, FAIA, Principal, President & Co-Founder, Anderson Brulé Architects

Todd A. Harvey, Sr. Partner, BHC Architects

Ruth Baleiko, FAIA, Partner, The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP

Jeffrey M. Hoover, AIA, Principal, Tappé Architects

Moderator

Emily Puckett Rodgers, Space Design and Assessment Librarian, Manager of Library Environments, University of Michigan Library

 

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