Crafting the perfect entry or waiting area is important as it is an opportunity to make a lasting first impression for visitors. Recently, Georges River Council undertook a project for Kogarah Library, where each space was fitted out in an eclectic and diverse style.
Upon entry to Kogarah library, you are greeted by a large, light filled open space before moving into the main area. In one section, our Zorro chairs upholstered in two shades of blue fabric are paired with the Halo table, creating simple yet effective working areas.
Continuing on with the contrasting blue theme, our Cali chairs group together to form pods of soft seating for a more relaxed or informal meeting area. Georges River Council created a workspace with an open-ended environment by adding our Keywork Counter Table with Zorro Stools for individual or focused work. Each section can be modified or rearranged for visitors to create their own space based on their needs or requirements.
Thoughtful in design, Kogarah Library addresses the nuances of different seating arrangements based on their location. Situated across from the service desks are our Sofi ottomans in a mixture of curved and square shapes to form a continuous line of seating. Upholstered in the same blues as the Zorro and Cali chairs paired with our Byte Side Table, a bold and energetic pattern is created in contrast with the green carpeting.
Special consideration for visitors and their range of needs within the library is evident in the variety of settings provided. By allowing freedom and flexibility within the space, one is able to utilise it to its best ability whilst maintaining a level of comfortability.