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The Nuneaton Library and Gallery

The project takes place in Nuneaton, one of the biggest towns in the county of Warwickshire, and in a strategic point as it has close links to major cities including Coventry, Leicester, and Birmingham.

With the current library set to be demolished, it arises an opportunity to create a new one that reflects the changes and needs of the modern time library.

The aim of this project is to provide a true community hub that the town has been missing, filled with spaces ranging from resourceful, learning and working areas, to communal spaces including a café and a gallery. At the same time, it would be acting as a catalyst to launch the long overdue modernisation that the local council has been seeking to start.

Brian Oguno
Student name
Brian Oguno
Course
Architectural Technology
Contact
Connecting Bridge

Connecting Bridge

Architectural Technology

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