In the age of rapid information technology development and the Internet, the library has inevitably lost some of its glamour, or at least, its granted presence within people’s lives and, thus – within cities and even campuses. Rising concerns over how to keep the young people there without driving away the so called Premium Age demographic group – made up of those 50 and over, have surely left their mark on the architecture of libraries. So what has been done, from an architectural point of view, to keep libraries alive and as meaningfully present in city life as ever?
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