In the past, libraries were relied upon to make information and knowledge readily accessible to all. However, with the advent of technology, many people can access information at the tips of their fingers. As such, the libraries of tomorrow have to serve their citizens in a much more holistic manner. What can we do with the knowledge and information that we have gained? In the library of tomorrow, knowledge will no longer just be passively consumed by individuals, but also actively pursued or even created as a community. There will be three main zones in the library. First, the Knowledge Hub will be where people can freely explore their interests or even discover new ones through a repository of books, e-resources, periodicals etc. Second, the Creator’s Space is where people can borrow space and technological equipment to experiment, tinker and create based on the acquired knowledge.