这是这样一个图书馆：图书不再被摆放出来，而是像家一样的一个学习场所。UvA（阿姆斯特丹大学）大量的图书都被保存到封闭的仓库、书库和别的开场区域。 每天有大量的学生，1500到5000人，来到大学图书馆学习或者取走他们网上预定的书籍。尽管很快会有一座新的图书馆大楼建成，但校方还是希望能为这个2500 平方米的空间进行一个全新的临时室内设计。这将包括拥有235个工作区的学习房间、餐厅、查询中心、门厅和自动化的借阅区。
为了给学生提议一个家一样的环境，我们试图实现两样重要的事情：白纸一样的空间，学生们自己决定如何使用它；在某些区域，学生们可以随意的学习。例如在学 习间里有一些长条桌，学生们可以分组在灯下工作，在长沙发里阅读报纸，在休息区小憩，安静的学习间外的走道上还有特设的公共电话区。餐厅的柱子用低能耗的 灯泡改造成发光的大树。
以前，图书馆里借的书只能在工作时间从图书馆借阅处取走。现在学生们可以从全新设计的红盒子里自己取走预定的书籍，午夜和周末都可以取。1105个红色的 箱子排列起来，以供借阅者来取书。这里是大学图书馆的中心，由于这些书籍来自不同的位置，这些箱子由其后的隐藏办公室通过RFID系统为读者的自主服务准 备好。
建筑师：Studio Roelof Mulder & bureau Ira Koers
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Architects: Studio Roelof Mulder & bureau Ira Koers
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Project Area: 2,300 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Courtesy Roelof Mulder & Ira Koers
A library whose decor no longer consists of books has been turned into a ‘home’ in which to study. The UvA’s enormous collection of books is kept in closed repositories, book depots and at various open locations. A growing number of students, anywhere from 1500 to 5000, visit the University Library every day in order to study and pick up their digitally ordered books. Despite plans for a new building in the future, the university wished to have a new, temporary interior design for the 2,500 sqm space that would comprise study rooms plus 235 extra workspaces, the canteen, the information centre with its desk, the hallways, and an automated lending area.
To offer students a good second home, we wanted to achieve two important things: a space like the white page of a book where the students themselves would play the main role in determining how it is filled in, and in certain areas a domestic atmosphere where the students could also study informally. For instance, in one of the study rooms you will find a number of kitchen tables where you can work in groups under the lamp, a chesterfield couch for reading a newspaper, various sitting areas for a short break and special telephone areas in the hallways between the quiet study rooms. The columns in the canteen are transformed into illuminated trees with low energy light bulbs.
Until recently, borrowed books could only be picked up at the library desk during office hours. Now the students can pick up their ordered books themselves in a newly designed red room that is open until midnight, including weekends. In red cases with 1105 red crates, piles of books lie ready for the borrowers. Because these books come from different locations, this is the heart of the University Library, with a back office hidden from view in which the books are readied for self-service with the RFID system.