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I'm putting this library on my wish list! This is the 2-story library in the Penthouse Suite of the Fairmont San Francisco. There's even a secret passageway behind one of the top bookcases that guests can explore. I'm. in. love.
via Wired, an in-home private library of epic proportions and spectacular contents. "...The bibliographic equivalent of a Disney ride. Stuffed with landmark tomes and eye-grabbing historical objects—on the walls, on tables, standing on the floor—the room occupies about 3,600 square feet on three mazelike levels. Is that a Sputnik? (Yes.) Hey, those books appear to be bound in rubies. (They are.)"
Jay Walker's Library of Human Imagination... a place that celebrates science, intellect, imagination, and creativity
KEEP CALM and READ ON : I was introduced to this amazing photograph by James R. Benn, a fellow World War II novelist and author of the Billy Boyle World War II series, and a new novel, Souvenir. Isn't it amazing? According to Jim, it's a bombed library at Holland House, Kensington, London, 1940.