25 Jan Are You Sporting A Mullet? The First Step In Understanding Storage Possibilities Today

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of storage? File folders, paper documents? If so, you may be stuck in the 80′s with that magnificent mullet. Not to fear, here’s what we’re up to now…

“The store literally unfolds in the middle of the library as mobile carriages are spread apart and locked down. Special retail shelving and carriage rail covers were designed to provide a convenient, safe public space.”

Adding Value to Libraries:

When this Seattle Library required space for interaction with their collection, room to host community events and a gift shop, High Density Mobile Storage was the only solution that could provide space for revenue generating activities while maintaining a beautiful design.

Seattle’s new central library, principally designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and Joshua Ramus from OMA in a joint venture with LMN Architects of Seattle, has been the focus of national attention. The 362,987-square-foot, state-of-the-art 11-story facility houses 1.4 million volumes of books. “As in any library, the central focus is the books and the shelving that they sit on,” said Pragnesh Parikh of LMN Architects.

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