This concept of Oakland public library situated in the heart of downtown Oakland near Frank Ogawa Plaza is bringing new technology to further advance the knowledge of our generation as well as the generation to come. Free workshops are provided for the community which gives access to the people of Oakland to gain more knowledge.
It connects the citizens of Oakland by building it next to Frank Ogawa Plaza, where people already hang out and gather. The library hosts a variety of programs for the public as well as private usage. For example, the meeting rooms or auditorium is open for event promotions like March of Dimes and Women's March. The architecture supports these intentions by having adjacency rooms which are connected by floor to floor using stairs.