429 Greenwich Street Penthouse @ Tribeca
Public Library, Kansas City, Kansas
A library takes a direct hit in London during the blitz, and people still come to check out books!
La Storia della Terra (Marble, Granite, Quartz) by Kubach-Wilmsen Team Location: National Public Library La Storia della Terra, which means The Story of the Earth, is a 20 foot tower of stone books commissioned by Judy and Noah Liff. The sculpture was created near Mainz, Germany by the Kubach-Wilmsen Team. There are 26 books, one for each letter of the alphabet. The stones - granite, marble, and quartz - come from all over the world. Five continents are represented. www.library.nashville.org Public Art Sculpture, Book Sculpture, Reading Books, Public Libraries
Many villages in the UK have turned red telephone boxes into mini libraries, just take a book and leave one behind. I really live in the wrong country...
how is one suppose to be able to read in a place like this...?!
The Reading Room, British Museum, London. I would love to just sit in this place and get lost in a book and then look up and wonder how many people have felt what I'm feeling... Wow...
Stunning pics of the Austrian National Library, inside the Hofburg Palace, Vienna...one of the coolest places I just want to live and read in here
The Bodleian Library, Oxford. It has 120 miles of occupied shelving, 29 reading rooms and 2,490 places for readers. Sounds exactly like my kind of place ♥
“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” ~Dr. Seuss