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The Library at the Royal Grammar School, a private coeducational school in Worcestershire, England. The library is in the upper floor of Eld Hall, which was built in 1868 in Gothic style with a high, vaulted roof, and was refurbished in 2001.
Library desk made from recycled books - After a devastating fire in the Architecture building burned down a portion of the library, Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands purchased a new collection to replace the old volumes. Instead of throwing away the old, unburned books, they stacked them up to create this awesome administrative desk, which they appropriately placed in the library.
El Escorial Library at El Escorial in Spain. The library, designed by Juan de Herrera, is located in a great hall 180 feet long by 30 feet wide by 32 feet tall, with marble floors and beautifully carved wood shelves. The frescoes on the vaulted ceilings were painted by Pellegrino Tibaldi, and depict the seven liberal arts: Rhetoric, Dialectic, Music, Grammar, Arithmetic, Geometry and Astronomy.