Architecture Talk with Alex Lamis: What will the library of the future look like?
A library is no longer just a place to check out books – it’s a meeting place, a crossroads, a digital repository, a technological hub, and sometimes even an architectural marvel.
On Monday, March 4, at 12:15 pm, join library design authority Alexander Lamis P’19 for a talk on “The Fourth Generation Library”. Alexander will discuss how libraries are evolving; how library design can promote learning and community-building; and the importance of advancing information technology and sustainable design in new library spaces. After a short discussion, the talk will open for Q&A.
Alex Lamis, FAIA, is a partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York City, where he leads an award-winning design studio with a focus on cultural, educational, and public buildings and master planning.
Monday, March 4 @ 12:15 pm
Tutt Library, Room 238
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