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  • Christian Harrison

    Glass Reading Room — My only worry? UV damage to the books. Hope those windows have museum-grade UV protection.

  • Tatum Ps

    glass box for reading room or working room to extend vision:)

  • Nadene Moolman

    home library, but won't all that sunlight damage the books?

  • Meghan L.

    This just needs a little reading nook by the window.

  • Amy Elmer

    Glass room, brick house. Kinda like it.

  • Tamiko Shack

    Window library. I love this! I'd definitely have a beanbag in the library! :) The full glass walls and ceiling are absolutely brilliant for London with it's lack of sunlight - it would maximize light in an otherwise dark-ish part of the house. Double or triple glazing required of course!

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