The renovated buildings as the Presidential Museum and Library are just the two of the many units that formed Sumerbank Textile Factory, in Kayseri, Turkey. This production facility has been designed by Russian architect Ivan Nikolaev and built between 1933-1935. After its close down in 1999, the industrial complex, containing unique examples of Russian Constructivism, has gained new monument status and, in 2012, registered to AGU, a newly established university to be its main campus area. EAA, which first designed the university structure, was then hired for museum and library buildings.
As the lighting consultant, LAB.1 carried out daylight analysis in exhibition halls. The study aimed to control the amount of daylight to provide the necessary illumination level for the exhibitions in these two halls. Due to the architectural style and details of the building, window films were applied to the windows to provide daylight control.