Retro design in our library

A key feature of our library is its integration of 70s retro design – within a very modern 21st century look.  I WILL post up a whole set of images and story of our renovation – when it’s done.

“What?”, you say. “It’s still not fininshed?”.

When you restrict work to holiday periods for a major overhaul – it’s gotta be a long-haul renovation.  But we’re nearly there. Here’s what it looks like at the moment…creating a new office, and new AV department!  Phew!

Meanwhile, I’m thinking about how to add an interesting graphic element to the space behind the front desk (currently hidden behind those boards/shovel)

It’s a large area – smooth lime green cupboards, that hide filing drawers, slide-out storage baskets, books storage etc,  and two whole purpose-designed laptop storage cupboards for laptops for loan.  (Designed these ourselves!!)  Each drawer has a ventilated base, a swing arm that delivers power and data within the drawer to fixed points – easy to connect laptops quickly.

Pictures later!

What I want to do with the smooth green doors is have different vinyl lettering/images that can transform the interface.

So I was having fun looking at these 40+ Vintage Posters to inspire my developing design ideas.

Next – we need Dean Groom to come on over and get cracking with more ideas.

2 thoughts on “Retro design in our library

  1. I am so jealous! I have opened 2 new libraries in the last 7 years-I am blessed-but laptop storage is such an issue!
    Have fun!!!

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