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Gerd Bucerius Library - GERMANY
The “Gerd Bucerius Library” newly opened in the Schümann Wing in 2000 today comprises over 160,000 media and some 450 periodicals. Specialized literature on all the fields represented in the Museum is to be found on the more than 4,500 metres of shelf space: art and art history, both theoretical and practical, literature on European craft work from the earliest times up to modern design, as well as books on European sculpture, the art of Classical antiquity, the Ancient Orient and the Islamic world, East Asian art, architecture, fashion and textiles, the World Exhibitions, bibliographic and graphic art and photography. Auction catalogues round off the works available.
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Steintorplatz, D-20099 Hamburg, tel. +49 4042 8542386, fax: +49 4042 8544801,
Geffrye Museum Library and Archive - GREAT BRITAIN
The museum's library and archive contains general and specialist publications on the history of the domestic interior which can be accessed by prior arrangment with the Curatorial department. These include trade catalogues from 1760 to the present day, an archive relating to the East London furniture industry, the library collection on furniture formerly at Shoreditch Library, which was passed to the Geffrye in 2001, and collections of household manuals and periodicals. The Museum also retains and collects an extensive resource of representations of domestic interiors ; a collection of domestic inventories which include original documents, a number of interior decoration surveys and supporting material such as oral histories. There is also an extensive garden history archive and publications about London almshouses.
Kingsland Road, London, E2 8EA; Tel: +44 20 7739 9893.

Glasgow School of Art - Library - GREAT BRITAIN
The ACC comprises almost 300 works by the School's most famous alumni, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and reflects the enormous impact that he has had on the world of art, design and architecture. Equally important is the School's non-Mackintosh Collection, which contains a broad cross-section of work (in all media) by other former staff and students clearly reflecting changing attitudes to the visual arts, design and the built environment, primarily in Glasgow, over the past 160 years.
167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6RQ, Scotland; Tel: +44 141 353 4500.

RIBA Library (London) - GREAT BRITAIN
Website of the Library of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). 150,000 books covering all aspects of architecture and related fields. Material from oll over the world and in many languages.
66 Portland Place London W1B 1AD, tel: +44 207 580 5533, fax: +44 207 255 1541,
Study room of the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA) - GREAT BRITAIN
The Study Room is a free facility, open to everyone interested in finding out more about MoDA's Collections. MoDA is able to display only a limited number of items from its collections, and the rest are held in the Collections Store. The Study Room offers the opportunity for researchers, students and members of the public to find out more about MoDA's holdings and to see items that are not generally available to museum visitors. The Study Room is open at all times during normal museum opening hours. However, if you'd like to see particular items from the collections it is necessary to make an appointment. Appointments are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10am - 4pm. There is also possibility to have access to the available collections on the website.
Middlesex University, Cat Hill, Barnet, Herts, EN4 8HT; Tel.: +44 208 411 5445.

Museum of Applied Arts - Library - HUNGARY
The library proposes applied art works reviewing historical matters published in the second half of the 19th century and in the beginning of the 20th century, as well as descriptions of techniques used in the old times, and also collections of Hungarian and foreign books and periodicals describing the new art trends, ambitions and techniques from the turn of the century. It counts up to around 50,000 volumes and books and another 15,000 (inventory unit) periodicals, which means more than 1,000 titles of periodicals. The whole collection builds up from around 30% of German, 30% of English, 20% of French, 10% of Russian and other Slavic languages, 10% of Hungarian and other small languages.
IX. Üllői út 33-37 1450 Budapest, Pf.3. Tel. +36 6/1/456-5177,
The ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property) Library contains the world's most extensive collection of resources, in a wide variety of languages, on every aspect of heritage conservation. There are currently more than 90,000 entries in the catalogue. The main subject areas are : conservation and preservation of historic buildings, towns, landscapes and archaeological sites; movable heritage of all kinds and library or archival materials; history and philosophy of conservation; technology of materials; analytical techniques; museology; training; legislation. The library collection includes books and monographs, periodicals (over 600 current titles), conference proceedings, general reference works, legislative texts and international recommendations, offprints, published and unpublished reports, audiovisual materials.
Via San Daniele 13 I-00153 Rome RM, Italy. +39 658 55 33 67/+39 658 55 33 66,
Biblioteca Comunale di Palermo

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union

Responsible publisher: Bety Waknine, General Director,
Bruxelles Urbanisme & Patrimoine,
CCN - Rue du Progrès 80, B. 1, 1035 Brussels - Belgium