library design, flexibility, change, Philadelphia
"When fixed (inflexible) spaces are constructed based on variables, these spaces become outdated and eventually cease to be relevant... in architecture, when the variables that comprise a building change, the building itself needs to be flexible enough to adjust to said change. By creating non-static spaces, we can insure that our buildings are 'in the game' for the longest time possible."
Elmore, Daniel, "This Will Kill That: Building Agility / Maneuvering the Inevitable Trasition Between the Present Day Library of Paper Book and Digital Library of the Future" (2010). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 95.
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