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17 November 2008 1,515 views No Comment

They give you the instant feeling of greatness. They let you experience more than those just four walls. They fulfill your longing for transcendence. And they are the icons of illustrious room design. You might guess it. I am talking about those:

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Vancouver Public Library, credit: selva

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Seattle Public Library, credit: rbanks

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BTU Cottbus, credit: cgommel

I can’t imagine getting trough my studies without heading everyday to the Neue Staatsbibliothek at Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz which everybody would call the “marriage market” (fashion crisis every single morning…). Pushing the doors open and climbing up the stairs would always make my heart bumping and it felt like all brain cells would start glowing and blinking. I guess libraries are way ahead of our contemporary co-working spaces which start popping up in the creative centres of metropolis. If your mind needs a little push to be refocused, invite it to one of these amazing places.


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  • B said:

    Although it seems I am going to libraries for different reasons than you are, I do share your affection for the very atmosphere in library buildings, which is largely owed to the architecture. Having said that, let me name a very bad example, the UB Heidelberg with an over head height of no more than 250cm, and my personal favorite: the WLB in Stuttgart with its awe inspiring 1970s concrete structure.

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