Sorensen Partners is Architect and Interior Designer for Rowan University Campbell Library’s new University Special Collections & Archives Room, which opens in summer 2017. Located adjacent to the lobby on the library’s third floor, the 4,200 square-foot Special Collections Room includes a reading room, climate-controlled […]
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Sorensen Partners is Architect and Interior Designer for the renovation of three signature spaces on the main floor of Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts. The Library, Academic Success Center, and Career Center have improved with optimized footprints, acoustics and privacy, lighting, furniture, […]
Sorensen Partners is working with academic librarians from MIT, Northeastern University and Georgia Institute of Technology, faculty and library scholars to create an analytic bibliographic tool and physical infrastructure to visualize knowledge origins and track the evolution of distinct research hypotheses with the working title […]
In shaping the communities of the library, architecture should be guided by the values of quality; nuance; inclusiveness; support for differing learning styles; physical, emotional and social health; and a clear sense of place for the academic disciplines that underpin the university’s curriculum and the library services and their constituencies.
Sorensen Partners worked with Rowan University and the Rowan University Libraries in Glassboro, New Jersey, in 2014-15 on planning and strategy for the library facilities. The university’s main library, Campbell Library, was built in 1984 under the leadership of the college’s fifth president, Dr. Herman […]
The University Library concept design – including benchmarking, visioning, programming, facility assessment, and conceptual design phase schematic section and plan diagrams coordinated for structural and mechanical feasibility – lays out a five-phase strategy for transforming and improving the Library’s existing 254,500 square-foot facility designed in […]
Schematic Design and program confirmation for this 7,000 square-foot three-floor infill addition to the Cornell Law School Library marries a sky-lit slot and communicating stair to the historic main reading room of the central building in this collegiate gothic ensemble designed in 1932 by Providence-based […]