St. Thomas Moore LibrarySt. Thomas Moore Children's Public Library Interior Design concept aims to transform the existing library into a vibrant, engaging, and fun-filled space that caters to the needs of both the private school students during the academic year and the public during the summer.
My design features a variety of unique furniture pieces that are not only functional but also visually appealing to stimulate children's curiosity and excitement. The furniture is designed to be flexible and adaptable, catering to various activities and age groups.
In addition to the main library area, my design includes private meeting spaces and cozy reading nooks. These areas provide a quiet and comfortable environment for focused reading, group study, or one-on-one interactions.
Recognizing the library's role as a community hub, my design allows for flexible use of space. It can comfortably accommodate community events such as summer reading programs, fundraising events, and staff gatherings.
The space can be easily transformed to cater to both small and large gatherings, ensuring the library remains a versatile and dynamic space. My design aims to create an inviting and stimulating environment that fosters a love for reading and learning.
It is innovative, practical, and most importantly, centered around the needs and interests of the children who will use it.
The overall goal will transform the St. Thomas Moore Children's Public Library into a beloved community hub and a haven for young readers.
Flexible seating options for sensory learning and visual stimulation
Flexible tables that can be used for groups or single use. Marker board tops keep students engaged and interactive
Color palette that visually stimulates bring the outside environment indoors