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Dokk1 Aarhus -
Public Innovation Space
German Library Association –
Press trip to Denmark
September 15th 2015
Knud Schulz
Library Transformation:
Libraries – the citizen's driving force for
innovation
• Libraries are places where the general
pu...
Knud Schulz
• Manager of the Main Library in Aarhus
• Daily work focus – transforming the Main Library to
“Urban Mediaspac...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
4
Agenda
• The Change
• Danish Strategy
• 4 space model
• ’More Open Libraries’
• Integrating Citizens service
• New Librari...
From
information that can be found
anywhere
To
What can only be
experienced at the library
Space for media Space as a medi...
The Knowledge Society
• From
– libraries for books/medias
– industial society
• to
– libraries for man/human
– networked/k...
A Danish Report
2010
- A Danish Report
2010 • Danish Digital Library
• A new library model for
the knowledge society
• Par...
The Public Library of the Knowledge Society
D.Skot-Hansen
C.H. Rasmussen
H. Jochumsen
Innovation
Reckognition/Experience
E...
The Public Library of the Knowledge Society
D.Skot-Hansen
C.H. Rasmussen
H. Jochumsen
Innovation
Reckognition/Experience
K...
Inspiration space
• The space for meaningful experiences that is to say
experiences that move us
• The space should open u...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
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Digital media
AppearanceEvents
Individual concentration
The Public Library of the Knowledge Society
D.Skot-Hansen
C.H. Rasmussen
H. Jochumsen
Reckognition/Experience
Empowerment
...
Iscenesættelse
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2015
Oplæsning
Billedbøger
BogklubberBook clubs
Picture book
Reading aloud
S...
Learning space
• Space where children, young people and adults can experience
and explore the world and thus strengthen th...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
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Undervisnin
g
Kurse
rUformel læringKonsulta
Teaching Courses
Informal learningConsult...
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2015
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Lektiecafé’e
r
Vejlednin
One to one
Homework
cafe
Guidance
Training Access to knowled...
The Public Library of the Knowledge Society
D.Skot-Hansen
C.H. Rasmussen
H. Jochumsen
Empowermen
Involvement/Engagement
Kn...
Meeting space
• An open, public space where citizens as a third space
between home and work can meet others who are both a...
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2015
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MøderDiskussione
rForedra
g
DebatterSamvær
Meetings
Lectures
Discussions
DebatesBeing...
The Public Library of the Knowledge Society
D.Skot-Hansen
C.H. Rasmussen
H. Jochumsen
Innovation
Involvement/Engagement
Kn...
Performative space
• Users can interact with others for inspiration to create new
creative expressions in the encounter wi...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
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Skriveværksted
er Experiment
Leg og læring
Workshops
Writing workshops Edutainment
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
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Leg Spil
Gaming Game over
Playing Gaming
Makerspace
Open libraries
Users are allowed to:
• lock into the library 24/7
• check in and out media
• use internet, pc,
copy/printi...
New Trends in the public
libraries in Scandinavia
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2015
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Users are taking the control
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2015
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Integration of citizens’ service into
libraries
• a big chance to be an
integrated part of the
reinventing of society
serv...
Citizens’ service
• in more than 60 % of the municipalities
offer citizens service through libraries
– passport
– driving ...
Developing community centers
private, civic and public sector
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2015
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LOCAL ARCHIVE
ARKIV
Arc...
Dokk1 - Citizen service
service i the building
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2015
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Adaptive and innovative supporting
spaces
• libraries are changing from storing
books to supporting citizens’ needs
• inno...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
The strategy for changing
• The need for rethinking the
library
• The need for a fusion
...
Libraries and urban development
Model of the public library in urban
development
Casper Hvenegaard
Henrik Jochumsen
Dorte ...
New Libraries
• Libraries are signs or symbols on
development and innovation in the society
• Drivers in city development
...
Oslo
• Opera, new Munch museum and the Library
creates a new waterfront and brings a new
identity to the city
Knud Schulz ...
Helsinki
• The traffic and cultural life in midtown are
reborn by creating a new art museum,
concert hall and the new libr...
Birmingham
• The library is located on
the main street where
millions of people are
passing every year
• The library is a ...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
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Urban Mediaspace - AarhusAarhus New Waterfront and Main Library
Mediaspace:
• Main Library and Citizens’ Services:
18.000 m2/190.000 ft2
• Partners and network: 10.000 m2
/100.000 ft2
Au...
Automatic Parking Space
1000 cars
• Public floor level ’0’
• 20 leave/pickup box’
• Automatic parking
done by small robots...
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2015
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2016
2015
Client: City of Aarhus
Partner: Realdania, Realdania Byg
Client Advisor: Ra...
Libraries and urban development
Model of the public library in urban
development
Casper Hvenegaard
Henrik Jochumsen
Dorte ...
Process involving and co-creation
with the citizens
• The processes with staff and citizens are a
part of the change
Knud ...
Phototyping with Staff
Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/
Denmark
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Prototyping with Tweens
Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/
Denmark
46Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
Public consultations
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media, families, meeting
facilities, citizen’s
services, CTS, acou...
Co-creation with the staff
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Name and Visual
Identity
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year Activity involvement external Internal
2005 Development of vision broad X X
2006 Development of values broad X X
2007...
Seven Core Values
• The Citizen as Key Factor
• Lifelong Learning and Unity
• Diversity, co-operation and network
• Cultur...
Architect sketch
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4. Design principles
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Three Statements
• Last responsible minute for decisions
• Inclusion and participation
...
6. New ways of defining the
functionality
• Flexibility is the functionality
• Maximize unprogrammed space
• Leave the med...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
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Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
Transformation Lab
• The entrance – the former place
for controlling the users
• 2-300 m...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
LiteratureLAB
61
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
iFloor – interactivity between people
• Social interactivity in
the library space
• User...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
NewsLAB
63
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
Robots
• Eye catcher
• Social interactivity
• Communication inside
and outside the libra...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
65
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
Teknomorfose - ExhibitionLAB
66
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
The Square
67
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2015
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2015
FictionLAB
NewsLAB
MusicLAB
ExhibitionLAB
DemocracyLAB
The Square 69
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
The library as a space
– in the future?
• The building supports the needs
of the users
•...
Libraries and urban development
Model of the public library in urban
development
Casper Hvenegaard
Henrik Jochumsen
Dorte ...
Facilitating relations
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2015
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2015
Userdriven process
• From tradition to transcendence – the
users deconstruct ”old knowle...
Knud Schulz Aarhus September
2015
User driven
innovation
74
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2015
Subject Browsing - Story Surfer
75
The Vision
• Space for co-operation
• Place for dialogue,
knowledge, ideas and
inspiration
• Open informal learning
space
...
People’s Lab
Six LabsTechLab
Having a maker in residence is powerfull!
Cryptoparty, soldering, brush-bots…
Valdemar’s hovercraft:
http:...
WasteLab
Waste-dates, workshops, tinkering…
When users become makers.
Creativity comes from chaos – stop tidying!
Six Labs...
Reflections
You can work with makerculture without having a makerspace!
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2015
Makerculture primæry adress performative
spaces
D.Skot-Hansen
C.H. Rasmussen
H. Jochumsen
Innovation
Reckognition/Experien...
Making in Libraries
• Contributes to activities that provide public
value by stimulating the development of
network, skill...
Modern library practice and
strategies – means that roles
constantly change
Global innovation model –
faster to change
• Partnership between
– Global Libraries/Bill and Melinda Gates
Foundation
– Ch...
Design Thinking is a mindset, and an
intentional process around delivering
solutions that create positive impact!
85Knud S...
Download:
www.designthinkingforlibraries.com
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Learn to work as a
designer 88Knud Schulz Aarhus September
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DESIGN THINKING
Design thinking is about
accelerating innovation to
create better solutions to the
challenges we meet!
91K...
Opening June
20th 2015
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6. New ways of defining the
functionality
• Flexibility is the functionality
• Maximize unprogrammed space
• Leave the med...
Focus planning interior
• Supporting citizens different needs
• Creating different surroundings
• Space for activities/pro...
Interior plan
• The interior planning reflects the 15 years
experience from projects together with
partners and users
• Lo...
Interior plan
• The inside of Dokk1 consist of 4 different areas
with no sharp limits
– Citizens’ Service
– Public space w...
Level 1
Reading Room
Project labs
Transformation Lab
Study rooms
Gaming
Urban Offices
Living Room
The Corner
Cafe
Meeting ...
Level 1 - adult
• 4 space model
– Experience
– Discover
– Participate
– Create
• Combined with a wide learning definition ...
Examples interior adult (1)
• Urban office
• Oases
• Reading room
• Support (learning)
• Meeting space
• Living room
• Cor...
Examples interior adult (2)
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• Ramp
• Transformation Lab
• Project Labs
• Study room
...
Examples interior adult (3)
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• Auditorium
• The Square
• ’Alone’ together
• Subject z...
Level 2
The stage
Learning
Tweens
makerspace
Tweens lab
Children’s Lab
The Box
Dress-up
The ”rest”-room
0-3 years
4-8 year...
Level 2 – Families/Children
• Children are defined to 12 years incl. the
limit where children want to be together
with gro...
Principles for planning interior
Families/Children
• A space for children stimulating
– Play
– Experiencing
– Learning
Knu...
Examples interior Fam/child
0 - 3 years
• Cushion
• Castle
• Reading
• Breast feeding
• The box
• Cirkeline house
• Big Le...
Examples interior Fam/child
4 - 8 years
• Learning zone
• Stage
• Dress up
• 3D globe
• Childrens lab
• Eating zone
• Read...
Examples interior Fam/child
9 – 12 years
• Tweens zone
• Interaktive floor
• Makerspace
• Tweens lab
• Learning zone
• Gam...
+++ a playground on level ’1’
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Staff support in Dokk1
• Reception
• Citizens Service
• Library - adult support
• Library – Family and Children
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Opening hours Dokk1
• Monday – Friday
8 – 10 am open excl. specialist support
10 – 7 pm incl. specialist support
7 – 9 pm ...
Partnership
• A strategi for constant change
• Renewing the user engagement and
ownership
• In-flow of competencies to the...
Mapping the
network
Partnership
clusters
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2015
Examples
Strategic Partnerships
112
Partner proces
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2015
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Foundation of partnership
strategy
- A partnership strategy that allows us to be
pro-active
- Reasons to say no
- Branding...
Corner stones of partnerships in
Dokk1
- Learning
- Stories
- Democracity
- Community space
- The Aarhus Cohorte
- Familie...
Benefit
- Citizens – more programmes and services,
quality, diversity, target oriented
- Partners – communication, accessi...
Users are taking the control
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2015
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Summing up
• Merge technology, space and
competencies
• Involve the users in the innovation
• Make partnerships competenci...
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2015
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  1. 1. Dokk1 Aarhus - Public Innovation Space German Library Association – Press trip to Denmark September 15th 2015 Knud Schulz
  2. 2. Library Transformation: Libraries – the citizen's driving force for innovation • Libraries are places where the general public can find inspiration and meet new ideas, either on their own within this public sphere, or in the company of others. • How do we sketch the future library transitioning to a space for citizens and community connections. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 2
  3. 3. Knud Schulz • Manager of the Main Library in Aarhus • Daily work focus – transforming the Main Library to “Urban Mediaspace” – Dokk1 • Librarian and Master of Public Management • Mentor/Sponsor INELI (International Network of Emerging Library Innovators) Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation • Member of the client group Urban MediaSpace Aarhus • Global Innovation Model – Faster to Change. Chicago/Aarhus/IDEO/Gates • ksc@aarhus.dk • www.slideshare.net Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 apx. 28.000 m2 incl. 18.000 m2 library space
  4. 4. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 4
  5. 5. Agenda • The Change • Danish Strategy • 4 space model • ’More Open Libraries’ • Integrating Citizens service • New Libraries • Prototyping Dokk1 • Co-creation with the users • Partnership programmingKnud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 5
  6. 6. From information that can be found anywhere To What can only be experienced at the library Space for media Space as a media On-line On site Information Meaning Facts Credibility Meeting information Meeting people Knowing Experimenting Visitors Resource person Neutrality Sensing Seriousness Sense of humour Arranged events Things that happen Ivar Moltke, Create The Change 6Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  7. 7. The Knowledge Society • From – libraries for books/medias – industial society • to – libraries for man/human – networked/knowledge society Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 7
  8. 8. A Danish Report 2010 - A Danish Report 2010 • Danish Digital Library • A new library model for the knowledge society • Partnerships 8Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  9. 9. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Innovation Reckognition/Experience Empowerment Involvement/Engagement Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 9
  10. 10. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Innovation Reckognition/Experience Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 10
  11. 11. Inspiration space • The space for meaningful experiences that is to say experiences that move us • The space should open up to the irrational, emotional and chaotic by communicating a diversion of aesthetic experiences. • This can happen through storytelling or other artistic expressions within all kinds of media, cultural forms and genres. • The inspiration space should make the user want to move beyond the usual choices and to come back. • The library space in itself may also be an experience and work as a stage for events and cultural arrangements. • The inspiration space especially supports realisation (cognition)/experience and innovation. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 11
  12. 12. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 12 Digital media AppearanceEvents Individual concentration
  13. 13. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Reckognition/Experience Empowerment Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 13
  14. 14. Iscenesættelse 14Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 Oplæsning Billedbøger BogklubberBook clubs Picture book Reading aloud Staging
  15. 15. Learning space • Space where children, young people and adults can experience and explore the world and thus strengthen their competences and possibilities through free and easy access to information and knowledge • Learning is seen as a dialogue oriented process that is based on the users’ own experiences and their wishes to define their own learning needs • Often takes place in informal settings which do not have learning as the goal – learning happens through play, music and many other activities • Should meet the needs of especially young people for a more experience oriented learning through the development of playful, interactive and social learning methods. • Learning is strengthened through the use of homework cafes, study places, open courses and experiment areas. • The learning space especially supports realisation (cognition)/experience and empowerment.Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 15
  16. 16. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 16 Undervisnin g Kurse rUformel læringKonsulta Teaching Courses Informal learningConsultations
  17. 17. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 17 Lektiecafé’e r Vejlednin One to one Homework cafe Guidance Training Access to knowledge
  18. 18. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Empowermen Involvement/Engagement Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 18
  19. 19. Meeting space • An open, public space where citizens as a third space between home and work can meet others who are both as themselves and different from themselves • Arenaes, where you can meet other people with different interests and values and encounter opinions that challenge you through discussions and debate, are necessary • In the meeting space both non-committal, random encounters can take place through lounge décor with newspapers and café atmosphere as well as more organised meetings • This can take place both live and on the Internet in chatgroups, blogs or other social media. • The meeting space especially supports empowerment and engagement Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 19
  20. 20. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 20 MøderDiskussione rForedra g DebatterSamvær Meetings Lectures Discussions DebatesBeing together
  21. 21. The Public Library of the Knowledge Society D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Innovation Involvement/Engagement Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 21
  22. 22. Performative space • Users can interact with others for inspiration to create new creative expressions in the encounter with art and culture • Users can get access to tools that support their creative expressions through interactive games and writing-, sound- and video-workshops • The users can also get support in their creative expressions through workshops with professional artists, designers, multimedia developers etc. • Can act as a platform for communication by publishing and distributing the work and products of the users and by giving access to stages where users can perform and express themselves. • The performative space especially supports engagement and innovation. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 22
  23. 23. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 23 Skriveværksted er Experiment Leg og læring Workshops Writing workshops Edutainment
  24. 24. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 24 Leg Spil Gaming Game over Playing Gaming Makerspace
  25. 25. Open libraries Users are allowed to: • lock into the library 24/7 • check in and out media • use internet, pc, copy/printing • study • read newspapers • arrange study circles, public meetings Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 25
  26. 26. New Trends in the public libraries in Scandinavia Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 26
  27. 27. Users are taking the control Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 27
  28. 28. Integration of citizens’ service into libraries • a big chance to be an integrated part of the reinventing of society services • brings citizens in contact with the library • brings libraries in close contact with politicians and innovators in the community Two tasks • focus on speed in developing new digital services for public administration • a big learning and marketing challenge Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 28
  29. 29. Citizens’ service • in more than 60 % of the municipalities offer citizens service through libraries – passport – driving licence – health securitycard Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 29
  30. 30. Developing community centers private, civic and public sector Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 30 LOCAL ARCHIVE ARKIV Archive YOUTH MEETING ROOMS ANALOGUE MEDIA SELF SERVICE LEARNING CENTER SMS BUSINESS SERVICE HOME- WORK HELP COMMUNITY CENTER CAFÉ STUDY SUPPORTJOB CORNER LIBRARY SHOP REFERENCE CONSUMER INFO NATURE GUIDE EXHIBITIONS FAMILIES Q AND A HEALTH COUNCELLING LEISURE INFO NEWS LOUNGE QUIET AREA TODDLERS/CHILDREN REA- DING TRAI- NING
  31. 31. Dokk1 - Citizen service service i the building Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 31
  32. 32. Adaptive and innovative supporting spaces • libraries are changing from storing books to supporting citizens’ needs • innovation spaces for local communities Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 32
  33. 33. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 The strategy for changing • The need for rethinking the library • The need for a fusion between physical – virtual • Develop partnerships • Focus on innovation • Get new skills into the library and promote learning in the organization • Force users to dismiss the book as library brand 33
  34. 34. Libraries and urban development Model of the public library in urban development Casper Hvenegaard Henrik Jochumsen Dorte Skot-Hansen IVA – Royal School of Library and Information Science 34Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  35. 35. New Libraries • Libraries are signs or symbols on development and innovation in the society • Drivers in city development • Add new stories about the towns • Arguments for new city engagements Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 35
  36. 36. Oslo • Opera, new Munch museum and the Library creates a new waterfront and brings a new identity to the city Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 36
  37. 37. Helsinki • The traffic and cultural life in midtown are reborn by creating a new art museum, concert hall and the new library Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 37
  38. 38. Birmingham • The library is located on the main street where millions of people are passing every year • The library is a symbol of the new identity of an old industrial and former innovative city (the steam engine) Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 38
  39. 39. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 39 Urban Mediaspace - AarhusAarhus New Waterfront and Main Library
  40. 40. Mediaspace: • Main Library and Citizens’ Services: 18.000 m2/190.000 ft2 • Partners and network: 10.000 m2 /100.000 ft2 Automatic parking space: 1000 cars Two new urban harbour squares: 94.000 m2 /1.120.000 ft2 Arrival centre for light rail Uncovering of the river and secure the inner city against flood Traffic regulation App.: 390 mill US Dollars Project elements – Urban Mediaspace 40Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  41. 41. Automatic Parking Space 1000 cars • Public floor level ’0’ • 20 leave/pickup box’ • Automatic parking done by small robots • Scanning all cars • Responding pickup app. 2 min. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 41
  42. 42. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 42 2016 2015 Client: City of Aarhus Partner: Realdania, Realdania Byg Client Advisor: Rambøll DK Architects: schmidt hammer lassen architects Co-advisers: Arkitekt Kristine Jensens Tegnestue and Alectia A/S
  43. 43. Libraries and urban development Model of the public library in urban development Casper Hvenegaard Henrik Jochumsen Dorte Skot-Hansen IVA – Royal School of Library and Information Science 43Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  44. 44. Process involving and co-creation with the citizens • The processes with staff and citizens are a part of the change Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 44
  45. 45. Phototyping with Staff Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/ Denmark 45Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  46. 46. Prototyping with Tweens Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/ Denmark 46Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  47. 47. Public consultations Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 47 media, families, meeting facilities, citizen’s services, CTS, acoustics, logistics, accessibility, indoor climate, administration, kitchen and cafe, wayfinding, visual identity, art, security, facades, materials, design, arrival area, AV/IT, dynamic surfaces, rental spaces, lighting, parking, concert spaces, children’s theater, etc.
  48. 48. Co-creation with the staff Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 48
  49. 49. Name and Visual Identity 49Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  50. 50. 50Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  51. 51. year Activity involvement external Internal 2005 Development of vision broad X X 2006 Development of values broad X X 2007 Competition programme broad (X) X 2008 Competition phase narrow X X 2009- 10 Building programme broad X X 2011 Project proposal medium (X) X 2012 Final project narrow X 2013- 14 Interior decoration and furnishing broad X X 2015 Furniture and IT broad X X Co-operative Design Proces Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/ Denmark 51Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015
  52. 52. Seven Core Values • The Citizen as Key Factor • Lifelong Learning and Unity • Diversity, co-operation and network • Culture and Experience • Bridging Citizen, Technology and Knowledge • Flexible and Professional Organisation • A Sustainable Icon for Aarhus 52Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  53. 53. Architect sketch Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 53
  54. 54. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 54
  55. 55. 55Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  56. 56. 4. Design principles Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 56
  57. 57. Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 57 Three Statements • Last responsible minute for decisions • Inclusion and participation • Interdisciplinary Co-operation  The right team at the right time
  58. 58. 6. New ways of defining the functionality • Flexibility is the functionality • Maximize unprogrammed space • Leave the media and mediaformats as the focus point in organizing the space • Focus the human needs og sociality – use the 4 space model Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 58
  59. 59. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 59
  60. 60. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 Transformation Lab • The entrance – the former place for controlling the users • 2-300 m2 • New projects every 5-6 month • Bringing the traditional work fields of the library into the LAB • Developing new support of the users – depending on the room, the media, the connectivity and the competencies 60
  61. 61. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 LiteratureLAB 61
  62. 62. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 iFloor – interactivity between people • Social interactivity in the library space • User to user to staff • Interactivity depends on the body • communication through – Mobile – SMS – PC • Informal - Competition • Funny 62
  63. 63. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 NewsLAB 63
  64. 64. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 Robots • Eye catcher • Social interactivity • Communication inside and outside the library • Interactivity • Learning communication 64
  65. 65. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 65
  66. 66. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 Teknomorfose - ExhibitionLAB 66
  67. 67. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 The Square 67
  68. 68. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 68
  69. 69. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 FictionLAB NewsLAB MusicLAB ExhibitionLAB DemocracyLAB The Square 69
  70. 70. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 The library as a space – in the future? • The building supports the needs of the users • The building interacts with the surroundings and environment • The building acts adaptively • Flexibility is function 70
  71. 71. Libraries and urban development Model of the public library in urban development Casper Hvenegaard Henrik Jochumsen Dorte Skot-Hansen IVA – Royal School of Library and Information Science 71Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  72. 72. Facilitating relations Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 72
  73. 73. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 Userdriven process • From tradition to transcendence – the users deconstruct ”old knowledge” to create new sense 73
  74. 74. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 User driven innovation 74
  75. 75. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 Subject Browsing - Story Surfer 75
  76. 76. The Vision • Space for co-operation • Place for dialogue, knowledge, ideas and inspiration • Open informal learning space • A unique place for children and families 76Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  77. 77. People’s Lab
  78. 78. Six LabsTechLab Having a maker in residence is powerfull! Cryptoparty, soldering, brush-bots… Valdemar’s hovercraft: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVi2J_9XZeA&feature=youtu.be 78Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  79. 79. WasteLab Waste-dates, workshops, tinkering… When users become makers. Creativity comes from chaos – stop tidying! Six Labs 79Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  80. 80. Reflections You can work with makerculture without having a makerspace! 80Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  81. 81. Makerculture primæry adress performative spaces D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Innovation Reckognition/Experience Empowerment Involvement/Engagement Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 81 People’sLab
  82. 82. Making in Libraries • Contributes to activities that provide public value by stimulating the development of network, skills and innovation • Contributes to the libraries' relationship with its local community • Increases the social value of libraries, as public spaces that bridge between different communities and knowledge domains • Challenges libraries strategic and managerial capacity for innovation 82Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 People’s Lab
  83. 83. Modern library practice and strategies – means that roles constantly change
  84. 84. Global innovation model – faster to change • Partnership between – Global Libraries/Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – Chicago Public Libraries – IDEO – Aarhus Public Libraries Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 84
  85. 85. Design Thinking is a mindset, and an intentional process around delivering solutions that create positive impact! 85Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  86. 86. Download: www.designthinkingforlibraries.com 86Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
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  88. 88. Learn to work as a designer 88Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
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  91. 91. DESIGN THINKING Design thinking is about accelerating innovation to create better solutions to the challenges we meet! 91Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  92. 92. Opening June 20th 2015 Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 92
  93. 93. 6. New ways of defining the functionality • Flexibility is the functionality • Maximize unprogrammed space • Leave the media and mediaformats as the focus point in organizing the space • Focus the human needs og sociality – use the 4 space model Knud Schulz Helsinki March 2015 93
  94. 94. Focus planning interior • Supporting citizens different needs • Creating different surroundings • Space for activities/programms • Continuous flexibility – avoid permanent installations • Controlling the media stock • Modern industrial furnitures no design icons Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 94
  95. 95. Interior plan • The interior planning reflects the 15 years experience from projects together with partners and users • Lots of discussions with both library professionels and other diciplines • Experiencies from DK and other countries The result is an ’interior medley’ Partners/users are the key to continuous change Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 95
  96. 96. Interior plan • The inside of Dokk1 consist of 4 different areas with no sharp limits – Citizens’ Service – Public space with info, meeting rooms, cafe, auditorium, popup/democracy area – Adult library with professionel support – Families and childrens library with professionel support • A perspective all over the services are to support the users to act on their own The interior plan was finished just 4 months before opening Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 96
  97. 97. Level 1 Reading Room Project labs Transformation Lab Study rooms Gaming Urban Offices Living Room The Corner Cafe Meeting rooms Pop-upsCitizen’s Services Small auditorium Multi purpose Rampliterature Non-fiction Music The Square Playground Democracity Information Support/librarian 97Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  98. 98. Level 1 - adult • 4 space model – Experience – Discover – Participate – Create • Combined with a wide learning definition where learning take place in different kinds of environments • Users are active participants and the library space shall support their needs • Important users can be on their own, together with others with or without contact – inclusion factor Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 98 The Public Library of the Knowledge Society D.Skot-Hansen C.H. Rasmussen H. Jochumsen Innovation Reckognition/Experience Empowerment Involvement/Engagement Knud Schulz september 2014 10
  99. 99. Examples interior adult (1) • Urban office • Oases • Reading room • Support (learning) • Meeting space • Living room • Corner • Play Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 99
  100. 100. Examples interior adult (2) Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 100 • Ramp • Transformation Lab • Project Labs • Study room • Education • Meeting room • Café
  101. 101. Examples interior adult (3) Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 101 • Auditorium • The Square • ’Alone’ together • Subject zones • Reflection • Citizens’ Service • Balcony workzone
  102. 102. Level 2 The stage Learning Tweens makerspace Tweens lab Children’s Lab The Box Dress-up The ”rest”-room 0-3 years 4-8 years Gamer street eatingX2 Attic Families/Children The ViewRamp Cultural Capital 2017 Marie Ostergard/Dokk1/Aarhus/ Support/Librarian 102Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  103. 103. Level 2 – Families/Children • Children are defined to 12 years incl. the limit where children want to be together with grownups. After 12 children define themself as teens/adult • Importent to design different zones where both childrens and their adults want to be together. Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 103
  104. 104. Principles for planning interior Families/Children • A space for children stimulating – Play – Experiencing – Learning Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 104
  105. 105. Examples interior Fam/child 0 - 3 years • Cushion • Castle • Reading • Breast feeding • The box • Cirkeline house • Big Lego Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 105
  106. 106. Examples interior Fam/child 4 - 8 years • Learning zone • Stage • Dress up • 3D globe • Childrens lab • Eating zone • Reading caves • Experience rampKnud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 106
  107. 107. Examples interior Fam/child 9 – 12 years • Tweens zone • Interaktive floor • Makerspace • Tweens lab • Learning zone • Gaming street • Auditorium Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 107
  108. 108. +++ a playground on level ’1’ Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 108
  109. 109. Staff support in Dokk1 • Reception • Citizens Service • Library - adult support • Library – Family and Children 109Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015
  110. 110. Opening hours Dokk1 • Monday – Friday 8 – 10 am open excl. specialist support 10 – 7 pm incl. specialist support 7 – 9 pm open supported by security staff 9 – 10 pm open meetingspace and café • Saturday and Sunday 10 – 4 pm incl. specialist support Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 110
  111. 111. Partnership • A strategi for constant change • Renewing the user engagement and ownership • In-flow of competencies to the library • A community strategy • Political legitimacy Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 111
  112. 112. Mapping the network Partnership clusters Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 Examples Strategic Partnerships 112
  113. 113. Partner proces Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 113
  114. 114. Foundation of partnership strategy - A partnership strategy that allows us to be pro-active - Reasons to say no - Branding - Clearer communication with potential partners - Focused partnership work inside organisation Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 114
  115. 115. Corner stones of partnerships in Dokk1 - Learning - Stories - Democracity - Community space - The Aarhus Cohorte - Families and Children (experience,play,learning)Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 115
  116. 116. Benefit - Citizens – more programmes and services, quality, diversity, target oriented - Partners – communication, accessibility, numbers, outreach - Library – focused outreach, new services, new developments, branding, focused communication to usersKnud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 116
  117. 117. Users are taking the control Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 117
  118. 118. Summing up • Merge technology, space and competencies • Involve the users in the innovation • Make partnerships competencies and a broader ownership of the library • Tell new stories about the library brand Knud Schulz Aarhus September 2015 118
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