BDP (Building Design Partnership), and Master Planning Team, UCL. (2008) UCL (University College London) Libraries Masterplan: Masterplanning Report. UCL Library Services: London, UK.
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BDP were appointed to undertake a Masterplan for the UCL Main Library and the UCL Science Library and to identify how these buildings could be re-ordered to significantly improve the quality of the library environment and to facilitate the delivery of library services. An initial brief was agreed with UCL’s Estates Management Committee and a Masterplan Steering Group established including academic representatives, library staff and design consultants. To inform the development of this brief, UCL Library Services undertook a number of consultation exercises with users of the Library; students, academic staff and external users, together with Library staff. A number of visits to exemplar library buildings in the UK and continental Europe were also undertaken to inform the development of options for the buildings. Following the development and review of initial options for both the Main Library and Science Library, it was agreed a further, hypothetical New Build Central Library Option should be reviewed, to accommodate a relocated and consolidated library service encompassing 7 of the 16 existing libraries currently distributed across the UCL Estate.
|Title:||UCL (University College London) Libraries Masterplan: Masterplanning Report|
|Open access status:||An open access version is available from UCL Discovery|
|UCL classification:||UCL > Library Services|
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