Knight Memorial Library has tall walls along the ground floor, however, the vertical space is not used efficiently. Using the walls not only allows more storage spaces, but also creates an interesting space that encourages people to spend time in the library. For children’s section, the net is used to create a fun space. It is firm that adults can also climb. The users can reach the bookshelves located at the second floor as they climb up the mesh, which continues to the mezzanine. At the other section, the offset platforms are elevated which act as both staircase and seating space with ramp. On the basement, there’s an auditorium for more than 150 people (1290 sq ft.) Teens’ reading and studying room is located downstairs next to the Maker space which promotes teens’ participation. The cooking classroom is located next to the Maker space and shares the ventilation system. They are both placed next to the window for safety reasons.