Meri Kytö: Soundscape in libraries, new results of a research in Helsinki City Library

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Designing the future of the library” in Helsinki, Finland on September 26-27, 2016. This live streaming video includes a Pecha kucha -session by Meri Kytö, Research fellow, University of Tampere, Finland: Soundscape in libraries, new results of a research in Helsinki City Library.

New libraries are currently being planned or have recently been completed in many cities around the world. New technologies and changes in individual behavior alter the way in which we approach service design in an evolving environment. It requires that we rethink and redesign the whole view of libraries.
The City of Helsinki is currently building a new central library scheduled to open in December 2018. Because of this, the Helsinki City Library organized a conference to share experiences, best ideas – and “lessons learned”.

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About Conference

Image mixing: Panu Somerma
Cameras: Mikko Helander
Producer: Riitta Taarasti
Produced by Kirjastokaista –, 2016

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