New Library

Emmanuel College

Emmanuel College

Emmanuel College

University of Cambridge

“There’s a sort of poetic balance to the finished project – all those paper books sheathed in a cosy wooden gown.”

“There’s a sort of poetic balance to the finished project – all those paper books sheathed in a cosy wooden gown.”

“There’s a sort of poetic balance to the finished project – all those paper books sheathed in a cosy wooden gown.”

RIBA JOURNAL

The project comprises the restoration and adaptation of the listed 
Edwardian library, the reconstruction of its 1970’s extension and new
 library housing additional facilities.

The project comprises the restoration and adaptation of the listed 
Edwardian library, the reconstruction of its 1970’s extension and new
 library housing additional facilities.

The project comprises the restoration and adaptation of the listed 
Edwardian library, the reconstruction of its 1970’s extension and new
 library housing additional facilities.

The project comprises the restoration and adaptation of the listed 
Edwardian library, the reconstruction of its 1970’s extension and new
 library housing additional facilities.

The project comprises the restoration and adaptation of the listed 
Edwardian library, the reconstruction of its 1970’s extension and new
 library housing additional facilities.

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The project was completed in five phases to accommodate the ongoing full-time operation of the library along with a complex book-moving programme. The finished scheme is a contemporary and efficient solution, creatively integrated into an historic setting.

The project was completed in five phases to accommodate the ongoing full-time operation of the library along with a complex book-moving programme. The finished scheme is a contemporary and efficient solution, creatively integrated into an historic setting.

The project was completed in five phases to accommodate the ongoing full-time operation of the library along with a complex book-moving programme. The finished scheme is a contemporary and efficient solution, creatively integrated into an historic setting.

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Included in the Emmanuel College Library Project was the restoration of the Graded II Listed Edwardian library building designed by Leonard Stokes and comprising an upper floor Reading Room and three archive rooms containing collections of rare books. The refurbishment works included new installations to control the environmental conditions in these book rooms.

Included in the Emmanuel College Library Project was the restoration of the Graded II Listed Edwardian library building designed by Leonard Stokes and comprising an upper floor Reading Room and 3 archive rooms containing collections of rare books. The refurbishment works included new installations to control the environmental conditions in these book rooms.

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