Project Library
The James Duncan Library ‘Gold’ Shelves

The James Duncan Library ‘Gold’ Shelves

New Zealand’s first sci-fi novel, Anno Domini 2000, written by New Zealand’s former premier Julius Vogel, was not exactly the sort of story Virginia Dobson was expecting to find when tasked with re-cataloguing the ‘gold books’ section of the James Duncan Reference Library. The ‘gold books’ collection of the library contains a diverse range of...
A new home for our books!

A new home for our books!

As our library has been growing considerably over the past few months we realised the need for more shelves to house the collection. After talking to many people and looking through numerous books about book shelves we decided to go for a custom build. These shelves are made from wood typically used for trailers, and...

Baker Library at Harvard Business School

The Baker Library is the Harvard Business School Library. It has over 3/4 million text books and over 40,000 journals, which all form part of a non-circulating collection. I was fortunate to be shown where all 3.4 million are stored underground. HBS is the only Business School in the United States to have an archives...