Great climate for old writings. Refurbishment and expansion of Nuremburg City Library also offers more comfort for visitors.
The new Central Library combines the book collections that were previously spread across several locations. Luitpoldhaus, which is located in a listed ensemble of buildings in Nuremberg’s old town, has been rebuilt and expanded. The project aim of undercutting the requirements of EnEV 2007 for new-build schemes by at least 30% has been exceeded. However, the high demands placed on the indoor environment for archiving and exhibiting medieval manuscripts made the task extremely tricky.
|Timespan||Chronological period, Second millenium AD, Second millenium AD, years 1001-2000, Early 21st century, Time, 21-st, 21st, 21st century|
|Subject Terms||Detailed information on energy research, Buildings & City: Non-residential buildings, Buildings & City: Refurbishment, Buildings & City: Technology & Components, Renewable energy sources: Geothermal energy|
|Provider||Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek|