Posted by: bluesyemre | October 20, 2016

De Krook Urban Library of the Future and Centre for New Media, Gent, Belgium @dekrookbe

The design for the Urban Library of the Future and Centre for New Media creates a dynamic, flexible and open knowledge environment, with an open landscape, alternative circulation routes, several meeting areas and a public plaza. The building is fluid in form, accommodating to its surroundings and incorporates expansive sightlines. The internal organisation of the building is based on an open central void, around which the circulation takes place. This void enhances the spatial experience, creates clear orientation through the building and fulfills a bridging function between the city and the Municipal Library. The structure of the building makes it possible to introduce (green) roof terraces whilst also ensuring low levels of direct sunlight penetration.

http://www.dekrook.be/

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http://www.lammhultsbiblioteksdesign.com/news/projects/be_gent-waalse-krook

https://www.vkgroup.be/en/de-krook-is-nestling-in-the-urban-fabric-of-ghent-city/

http://www.ugent.be/ps/communicatiewetenschappen/en/research/mict/working-together-at-the-krook

http://www.e-architect.co.uk/belgium/waalse-krook-gent

http://www.unstudio.com/projects/waalse-krook-urban-library-of-the-future-and-centre-for-new-media


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