Architecture, books, library, NYC, interaction
I contend that a new space for books is required in the city. One which blurs the boundary between public and private - between seclusion and exposure. This space, or “Bookscape,” will integrate those who read books with those who craft him, offering a new level of interaction that benefits all parties involved.
Bruno, Rhett C., "Bookspace: Re-evaluating How Books Occupy the City" (2013). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 164.
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