X-Shaped Shelves Let 8th Graders Design Their Own Library [Video]
X-Space is a library designed by Studio H students at REALM Charter School in Berkeley.
X-Space started out as a project by the students in the Studio H class, an in-school design and build program offered to students in the 8th to 11th grade. The students were asked what they wanted from their school and the majority just wanted a place to read, relax, and discover new things. While most people call a place to read and relax a library, the students decided to call it an X-Space or a space where “X” can be anything.
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