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on the streets of new york architect john locke has repurposed phone booths into communal libraries or book drops, installing bookshelves within the structures filled with books for residents to take, borrow, or exchange. the phonebooth shown here, 'DUB 002', is part of his 'department of urban betterment' interventionist project.

world's smallest library - Google'da Ara

Little Free Libraries promote literacy. The concept is simple, “Take a book. Leave a book.” In 2009 Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin built a small schoolhouse-shaped structure, filled it with books, and mounted it on a pole as a tribute to his mom, June A. Bol, a school teacher. There are now 1,500 Little Libraries. They can be found in more than 40 states and 20 countries.

from ArchDaily

Gallery of SDM Apartment / Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop - 6

SDM Apartment / Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop

Pierpont Morgan Library, New York City

Repurposed telephone booth

from Hadley Court - Interior Design Blog

How To Design And Organize A Home Library

How To Design And Organize A Home Library - Hadley Court