Designing in beauty


Artists' books on display

“I absolutely love taking a few minutes away from my studies to look and think about the portrayals and skills involved in producing them. It really aids my work!”

You told us how having an attractive study environment made coming to the Library more attractive and that you found changing display spaces and exhibitions a beneficial diversion.

Carrying through the clean, curved lines of nature that inspired the ground floor refurbishment, we rationalised and redesigned our signage, creating a clean and uncluttered space for you to think or just be.  Beauty inspires, and so we created a display of our most visually inspiring books in the Atrium and brought together displays of creative work by our students and staff to create a naturally lit enclave on the first floor landing to inspire contemplation and creative thought.

Assistant Librarian (Promotions) at the University Library. An enthusiastic advocate of libraries, diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice for all, inside and outside the workplace.

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