Designing for Education, Research, and Service
The University of the Philippines School of Library and Information Studies (UP SLIS) New Building
Keywords:building design, building standards, Library and Information Science Education, College Facilities, Higher Education Facility Planning
This paper presents a case study of the University of the Philippines School of Library and Information Studies' new building. It examines the design concerns for a facility that supports LIS education, research, and extension services through building standards for university buildings, libraries, and archives spaces. The study highlights the importance of communication between project stakeholders, the representation of different interest areas in a building committee, and familiarity with architectural plans and construction language. The case study offers insights for architects, designers, and policy makers involved in designing and constructing a building for a library and information studies school.
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