RE: space for carrels

Hammerstrom, Kirsten (KHammerstrom@stlcc.cc.mo.us)
Tue, 14 Mar 2000 07:56:46 -0800 (PST)

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One place to start, for basic ideas, is the Ramsey/Sleeper "Architectural
Graphic Standards." This lists (with drawings) the standard dimensions of
equipment, tables, carrels, etc.

Library journals may also provide clues/hints, or perhaps the American
Archivist. AIC (American Institute of Conservation) also has preservation
guidelines, which can be a factor in designing spaces.

Good Luck!

Kirsten Hammerstrom
St. Louis Community College

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One place to start, for basic ideas, is the Ramsey/Sleeper "Architectural Graphic Standards." This lists (with drawings) the standard dimensions of equipment, tables, carrels, etc.
 
Library journals may also provide clues/hints, or perhaps the American Archivist.  AIC (American Institute of Conservation) also has preservation guidelines, which can be a factor in designing spaces.
 
Good Luck!
 
Kirsten Hammerstrom
St. Louis Community College
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