Facatativá's public library was in a high degree of abandonment and minimal users per day. The main intervention goal was to increase users' flow through a different experience from the interaction with the furniture that will generate autonomy, appropriation, and permanence. The design is based on asymmetry, horizontal displacement, visual movement and non-Euclidean geometry. We seek to create new perceptions and experiences of use and permanence from the modules' rotation and visual dynamic. As a result, the library went from having short visits to significantly higher and more extended periods of stay and consultation.
Design by: German Charum-Sanchez / Jairo Leal Palacio