How often do you read? And how often do you read in the library or take there a book for that, at home, wrapped in a warm blanket, lost between the lines a fascinating story, or plunge into the thoughts about reading? Surely, you would do it more often if your city has appeared the same institution as the New Stuttgart City Library, last week opened the door to visitors in Stuttgart (Germany).
This event aroused interest not only for lovers of reading, but connoisseurs of unique architectural and interior design solutions, as the new library is not one of those public institutions with which we deal every day.
Created by experts from outside the Korean architectural studio Eun Young Yi city library building looks like a complex two-color puzzle similar to Rubik’s Cube. However, going inside, visitors will be surprised by the simplicity of his explanation.
The open plan interior blinds plenty of light and white background. Located along the perimeter of the premises of the book are visible and accessible to everyone. Welcoming space which, at first glance, might seem a bit sterile, in fact, gives a visual primacy numerous books and their visitors.
And, of course, the main architectural element – the stairs, collecting and integrating all the pieces of the space in a single unit. You don’t just go up the stairs – with admiration and pleasure you learning environment around them.
In addition to spacious shelving, the library provides areas for recreation and adult children, a caf? and games room, which are extracted from the overall context of a more colorful design, but still maintain overall structured atmosphere of the main space.
The work of authors of the library project, can be found on the official website of architectural studio: http://www.yiarchitects.com/