Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Coolest Library Design

Seattle's Central Public Library opened in 2004 and is a dramatic design concept of glass and steel.

Filled with light, different colors to represent each floor, and a "books spiral" (gradual slope of about 2 degrees winds through the four floors of book stacks), all make the interior design of this public building cutting edge.

Great slideshow of this modern marvel: Seattle Library Photos.


  1. i like how those bookshelves are aligned like that... directing the flow of traffic in a certain direction.

  2. This is cool!!! I'm gonna be in Seattle in Nov..am glad u gave me dope on a new place to check out ...:)