Thursday, 27 March 2008

The most modern (public) library in the world.


Also well worth sharing is this blog from the Shifted Librarian about the public library in Delft, Holland. It really is an amazing looking building and it is hard to imagine that any British Library Authority today could even begin to think of providing a library at this level.

1 comment:

Pete Smith said...

And why couldn't a UK library authority build such a place?

Well, for one some groups would obnject to all the non-book stuff happening. And the very name- library concept center- would likely cause apoplexy....