Monday, September 26, 2016

What is a book? This is a controversial question as at first glance, everyone might just think that it is an informative tool which can be read. What if I were to say that it can be an ornamental tool, of course, reserved for fancy libraries or study rooms which have never been opened in this era -due to the internet. Actually, implementing books to decorate a space is not new in the architectural field, especially for interior spaces, but the ones I have recently seen at the Boston Public Library Copley Square Branch are certainly an embellishment. The nuance of colorization is relevant to the ceiling detail and display elements. This sketch is from there. In fact, I waited almost 15 minutes in front of the door to capture this perspective it was so popular. (You know Bostonians.)

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