NELM project featured in Earthworks magazine

NELM project featured in Earthworks magazine

Solid Green Consulting founder Marloes Reinink, who has worked on the National English Literary Museum project in Grahamstown, says because most often libraries are public buildings with modest budgets that rule out expensive HVAC systems, architects are required to implement core elements of passive design from the start.

Libraries are proving to be examples of restorative design at its best, with utmost attention paid to marrying human and environmental systems. But by providing access to information and encouraging education, these facilities underline core principles at the heart of sustainability.

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