March 20, 2018

How Design Can Tell Your Unique Story

Presented by: Agati Furniture, Richard + Bauer & Library Journal
Event Date & Time: Tuesday, October 31st, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT

Libraries are a central hub to our communities. Each has a history and a story to share. What is your community’s unique story? How can you discover your story and how can the design of your library celebrate it? Please join us on this webcast as richärd+bauer’s Lee Swanson, AIA, LEED AP, and Agati Furniture’s Joe Agati, Director, present “How Design Can Tell Your Unique Story.”

Through a series of case studies, Lee and Joe will demonstrate why your story is important and how library design can engage your professional colleagues, peers and the community, helping foster a feeling of ownership and involvement from concept to successful completion of your facility.


  • Joe Agati – Director of Design, Agati Furniture
  • Lee Swanson – AIA, LEED AP, Associate + Senior Project Architect, richärd+bauer


  • Rebecca Jozwiak – Library Journal

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  1. Rebecca Kilde says:

    I’d like to promote your webcasts to libraries in our system, but I can’t find information on the cost anywhere. Could you please put that information right up front, with the date and time? At the very least in the description. Thanks.

    • Meredith Schwartz says:

      It’s free. All our webcasts are. There is only a cost for the in-depth online workshops.

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