Reading and Study Spaces

Reading spaces

Whether you are at the Library to study, work, research or just relax with a book, you’ll find the space you need. The Library has a variety of reading and study areas, from open tables and reading rooms equipped with lights, power outlets and internet points, to intimate seating areas between the bookshelves, with sofas, seating cubes and benches.

There are also 28 study carrels that serve as quiet spaces for individual study, each equipped with a desk, a bookcase and power outlets. The Heritage Library area also offers researchers reading space for 14 people, complete with desks and power outlets.

Reserve a Study Space

The Library has several study and presentation rooms to meet your needs, including some with audiovisual capabilities. These can only be booked by the Library members and require advanced reservation, which you can do using the links below. For inquiries related to these rooms, please call 30918520. 

Kindly note that these rooms cannot be used for any kind of for-profit activities such as paid training courses or similar activities. The Library reserves the right to ask users to leave the room if we discover that it is used in such a way. 

Important note: The rooms below are not available until further notice. Please use the individual study carrels, which may be used on a first-come, first-use basis, with only one user inside each study carrel.

Type of Space Number of Spaces Size and Capacity Equipment Reservation
  Study rooms 6

13 square meters,
Max 6 users

  • Seating and power sockets
 
  Media lounge 1

    
28 square meters, 
Max 8 users

  • Presentation 
  • TV screen
  • Media Server 
  • Technician Page
 
  Media lounge 2

    
13 square meters, 
Max 6 users

  • Presentation 
  • TV screen
  • Media Server 
  • Technician Page