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  • Jan Hall

    Kansas City Public Library (Missouri, United States) The world famous Central Branch of Kansas City Public Library underwent a major renovation in 1999 and grabbed huge attention because of its new garage wall, which looked like a row of giant books, lined up on a shelf.

  • Kristy Sutherland

    This is a parking garage painted to look like a bookshelf. More buildings need to be painted to look like bookshelves.

  • Jaime Remedios

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

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