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  • Library Research
    Design Research Seminar, Instructed by Professor Heike Goeller, Autumn 2009
  • This project was an in-process collaboration with a graduate studio from the Knowlton School of Architecture, and the Department of Design at The Ohio State University.
    With a shared guest lecture series and occasional presentations of each other’s parallel but distinct work, the students focused on library design and research. While the architecture students each worked on a theoretical 70,000 sq. ft. branch library to house the University’s Media, Arts, and Design collections, the Design students collaborated to conduct a literature review, user interviews, MakeTools, and surveys regarding the optimal nature of study and work spaces
    Challenges to the project were: (1) defining the best strategy to cover all the issues that we discovered during the literature review, first observations, and interviews, as well as (2) analyzing all the data gathered on the online survey, interviews and MakeTools sessions to develop correct and precise guidelines for the architecture students.
    The main outcome of this research was a 76-page book published on