• LocHal Public Library  | CIVIC Architects (architectural design); Braaksma & Roos Architectenbureau (restoration); Mecanoo architecten (interior design); Inside Outside in collaboration with the TextielMuseum (interior concept and textiles); Photo: Stijn Bollaert | Archinect
  • Biscay Statutory Library designed by IMB Arquitectos, Bilbao, Spain
  • The view from the ground floor plaza of the new Vancouver Community Library offers a quick guide to navigating the collection (Brent Wohahn, The Oregonian)
  • Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University (designed by Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill)
  • Amazing Library in Stuttgart City, Germany
  • Sendai Mediatheque — Sendai, Japan | 49 Breathtaking Libraries From All Over The World
  • White Library, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Library at the Benedictine Monastery of Admont — Admont, Austria | 49 Breathtaking Libraries From All Over The World
  • Picture Book Museum/Library, reading roomIwaki                   Picture Book Museum/Library, reading room :: Shinkenchiku   City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
  • Livraria Lello in Porto, Portugal. This bookstore is an architectural masterpiece.
  • Beinecke Library, Yale by Endless Forms Most Beautiful, via Flickr
  • James V Hunt Library at North Carolina State University -Rain Garden Reading Lounge by Mal Booth, via Flickr
  • International Architecture Awards - library amsterdam
  • The Central Public Library in Vancouver, Canada
  • Library in Florence, Italy #neverhaveiever walked up such a beautiful staircase in a library
  • Dalarna Media Library / ADEPT
  • The Royal Danish Library (the Black Diamond), designed by Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Vennesla Library and Culture House, designed by Helen & Hard, Vennesla, Norway #architecture #design
  • St. Louis Public Library / Cannon Design
  • Hyundai Card Travel Library, Seoul, South Korea. It is a “travel library” and café that have been designed with a theme of travel. The concept of the design is a “stock of curiosity.” The act of visiting this place is interpreted as a form of travel, and the space exhibits a thick accumulation of information, experience, and objects, including a bookcase that covers the entire wall from floor to ceiling.