By now we had formulated an incredibly well-received rationale for the look and feel of the Libraries in the wide area of Aberdeenshire. Inverurie was no exception to the this but we kept going further, with much larger display panels and more ambitious treatments for interiors and stairwells.
Inverurie Library was an incredible project for us to be involved in. The public feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, and has lead to in impressive interior space for the public to enjoy. We thought at the time that this would be the end of our involvement. However, we were then asked to look at Stonehaven and Fraserburgh libraries as well!
We took the work we had previously undertaken on the heritage and poetry panels in Ellon and reimagined it for the very different location of Inverurie using local poetry and photographs from the surrounding area. The heritage panel is impressive in scope and size – it is almost 3m x 3m and resides in the local history room on the upper floor. The poetry panels line the stairwell walk up to this room and are presented in frameless back printed perspex.