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  • Jaime Remedios

    Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri, United States

  • mm sky

    Bookshelf Building -Kansas City Public Library, designed by Dimensional Innovations. Local residents selected the titles of the books that are displayed on the bookshelf. Kansas City, Missouri, USA 2012

  • Tracey Stewart

    The Community Bookself is an intriguing piece of architecture at the Public Library in Kansas City, Missouri, resembling a book shelf. This striking façade, which runs along the south wall of the Central Library, features book spines measuring 25 feet by 9 feet, and showcases 22 titles reflecting a wide variety of reading interests suggested by readers. (via etchedinsunshine)

  • ME B

    #KansasCity Library Book Building Wall Mural (via ChipKidd.com)

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Kansascity, Kansas City Missouri, Cities Public, Buildings, Book, Architecture, Public Libraries, Kansas Cities Missouri, United States

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