Monday 22 May 2017, Canberra: The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) has announced the shortlist for the inaugural Library Design Awards 2017.
The Australian Library Design Awards have been created to showcase the best in contemporary library interiors and exteriors in Australia, and to celebrate the investment in libraries made by our nation's institutions, corporations, local, state and territory governments.
The winners will be announced at the ALIA Library Design Conference at Library at the Dock, Melbourne, on Monday 19 June.
Thirty-three stunning libraries have been entered for the inaugural Australian Library Design Awards 2017. Public, school, academic and special libraries all feature in the entries.
The shortlist in each category is:
All Hallows’ School, Potter Library
Carey Baptist Grammar School, Information Resource Centre
St Andrew's Anglican College Learning Hub
St Joseph’s Nudgee College, Hanly Learning Centre
St Stephen's School Junior School Library - Duncraig Campus
Bayside Council - Rockdale Library
Brimbank Libraries - Sunshine Library
City of Perth Library
City of Rockingham
Geelong Library & Heritage Centre
Moreton Bay Council
Success Public Library
John Phillips Library, Western Sydney University, Penrith Campus
Reid Library, University of Western Australia
Barwon Health Library
Read more about the ALIA Library Design Awards Conference 2017
About the Australian Library and Information Association
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