Project - 15.03.2016
ARM designed the building for the Geelong Regional Library Corporation, which was the biggest project ever commission by the city. The building is located in the heart of Geelong, 76 km from Melbourne.
The 5-Star Green Star-rated building features a large dome with a roof made of 332 large glass reinforced concrete panels. The west wall of the building merges with Johnstone Park, inviting nature in.
The building is meant to become a place for members of the community to gather. The ground floor features a café, a community gathering area, galleries, and many popular books and magazines. Each level is designed for a different audience with reading lounges and study rooms throughout.
Living Edge provided e15 Salon and Jean Stools, Eugene Lounge Chairs, Bess Sofas, and Charlotte Coffee Tables, Howe Folding and Plico Tables and Manhattan Benches and Tables, PROOFF #001 EarChairs and #004 Niche and Herman Miller Sayl Chairs.
Source: ARM Architecture