The Diagram Below Shows the Floor Plan of a Public Library
The diagram below shows the floor plan of a public library 20 years ago and how it looks now.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
🔻 Better not use compass terms like east and west since there is no compass on the maps.
The diagram illustrates the transformation of a public library’s floor plan over the course of two decades.
Overall, the library has undergone significant changes to create a more child-friendly environment and incorporate modern technology.
Upon entering, the central area, previously occupied by seating, now functions as an open passage. To the left of the entrance, the former reading room for newspapers and magazines has been replaced by a dedicated computer room. On the right side, a café has taken the place of the previous enquiry desk.
Continuing past the café, the section that once housed adult non-fiction books has been changed into an information desk area with self-service machines. To the left of this area, the space that used to contain adult fiction books now accommodates all reference books. The adult fiction collection has been relocated, sharing space with the information desk area.
Walking up to the end of the passage, on the left is a spacious room allocated for children’s fiction books and storytelling events, accompanied by sofas. This particular space was previously a small storage area for CDs, movies, and computer games. On the right side, a lecture room has replaced the former location of children’s books. (199 Words)
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