Round was originally designed for the University Library, a part of the Danish Royal Library, Copenhagen. Round was created to cater for easy socializing in the lounge areas.
By composing the various basic elements it is easy to create a relaxed landscape of seating and socializing possibilities. The new humanities faculty library offers the students a well-designed, functional library building designed with a singular focus on creating the optimum facility based on the user’s needs.
The architects from Dissing+Weitling‘s project group have liaised closely throughout the entire process with a user group of Royal Library employees.