William Oxley Library, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
AIA/ALA Library Buildings Award winners http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/llama/docs/brochurejun18-2009.pdf
ELI Learning Spaces (e-book, freely available) http://www.educause.edu/LearningSpaces Chapters 14- 43 are case studies of individual campus buildings, including libraries, classroom buildings, and student unions, which have a strong technology component.
The Learning Commons Model http://faculty.rwu.edu/smcmullen This website was compiled by a librarian on sabbatical. It includes individual reports on 19 academic information commons with many photos and an extensive, current bibliography.
Chronicle of Higher Education. Campus Architecture Database. The link to the campus architecture database (http://chronicle.com/blogs/buildings/) allows one to browse the entire database. Scroll down to the Buildings & Grounds Archives box and use the search box. The quickest way to find specific library information is to search by library name, architect, or institution.
Library Journal, annual issue on library buildings December 15 issue The most recent issue - 2009 - is at http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6709734.html Library Journal publishes an annual photo montage with summary data of library buildings constructed during the past year.
The process of space planning is most effective when the planner(s) have a well-defined comprehension of how the library fits into the university both historically and in the future; how space will meet the physical, social, and cognitive needs of its users and the pedagogical needs of the university; and how to program spaces that create a laboratory for teaching and learning and foster collaboration across the university campus. Planners must strive for nimble building and design programs that anticipate the evolving needs of the academic library community - that is planning for emerging technologies, evolving library collections and delivery systems, potential future expansion, and changing user demographics, etc. As noted, there are many crucial factors to be considered in planning library space:
The following resources may prove helpful in space planning:
American Library Association. Building Blocks for Planning Functional Library Space, 3rd Edition. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2011. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9780810881044
Figueroa, Miguel. Forecasting the Future of Libraries 2015. American Libraries Magazine, 2015.http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/2015/02/26/forecasting-the-future-of-libraries-2015/
Duckett, Kim, Lippincott, Joan, and Vedantham, Anu. Libraries as Enablers of Pedagogical and Curricular Change. Educause Review. Colorado: Educause, 2014. http://www.educause.edu/ero/article/libraries-enablers-pedagogical-and-curricular-change
New Media Consortium. Horizon Report 2014: Library Edition. Stanford, CA, 2014. http://cdn.nmc.org/media/2014-nmc-horizon-report-library-EN.pdf
Whole Building Design Guide for Academic Libraries http://www.wbdg.org/design/academic_library.php
Learning Spaces Collaboratory. The LSC Guide: Planning for Assessing 21st Century Spaces for 21st Century Learners.Washington DC, 2013. http://www.pkallsc.org/basic-page/lsc-guide-planning-assessing-21st-century-spaces-21st-century-learners
ACRLog: Association for College and Research Libraries blog for academic library buildingshttp://acrlblog.org/categories/buildings/
Designing Better Libraries: DBL blog for academic library design http://dbl.lishost.org/blog/