Pocket Library

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Description
The pocket library on Myers Street is part of the larger concept for the overall streetscape which improves pedestrian amenity along the main spine of the health precinct, Myers Street, which links two main hospitals and various ancillary health related business’s. The basis of the changes are to upgrade footpaths, crossings, new trees, plantings and breakout sitting areas.

The pocket library is situated in front of St John of God Hospital and is a light-hearted outdoor waiting room. A partnership with the Geelong Regional Library Corporation keeps the library shelves full of books from discontinued stock.

Project Role

  • Project Manager
  • Design and Documentation
  • Tender and Procurement
  • Manage manufacturing and installation

Collaboration: Geelong Regional Library Corporation, St John of God, State Government
Location:
Myers Street, Geelong
Completion Date:
2014
Size:
250x35x1000cm
Photography:
Tom Leggatt

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