Avyve recently completed audio visual work in Emory's Rose Library. The Stuart A. Rose Library collects stories of human experience, promotes access and learning, and offers opportunities for dialogue for all wise hearts who seek knowledge by preserving distinctive collections; fostering original research; bridging content and context; and engaging diverse communities through innovative outreach, programming, and exhibitions.
When designing conference spaces for the Rose Library it was important that all of the audio visual technology could be hidden and out of the way when not in use. Drop down projection screens were placed in conference rooms with scenic views overlooking the Atlanta skyline. Meeting participants have easy access to share and power their devices through a cable cubby in the table and can control the entire system through an intuitive touch panel user interface.
Emory built floor-to-ceiling windows in the Rose Library to make the most of the stunning views, and also to invite in the wonders of the natural and built environment as part of the experience and inspiration in the new space.
Library Director Rosemary M. Magee has stated that the holdings of Emory's Rose Library have become "an interdisciplinary crossroads where people from all different backgrounds, lands, and languages come to engage in research, teaching, and learning."