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Curtin University’s $60 million TL Robertson Library refurbishment has remained in the news this month, as the university have moved forward with a series of exciting project announcements.

World Architecture News are among a series of media outlets that have reported on the library as it moves towards the construction phase. Once complete, Hames Sharley and joint venture partner Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s designs will modernise the landmark building at the heart of a green campus.

The 1972 library was originally designed with little natural daylight in order to protect the books, but the new designs will to create a “living library” by opening up new pathways for visual and physical connectivity.

The new open, light-filled scheme will support knowledge sharing and connection, and ensure the library meets the needs of future users.

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