I appreciate the way in which the shelves continue to respond to the topography. It’s funny the way some shelves become obsolete as though the extrusion from the ground allows for no alteration of their height.

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This expansive outdoor public library, called ‘bookyard’ was designed by Massimo Bartolini for Belgian Art Festival.
The ’Bookyard ‘ is placed in a garden, surrounded by trees and grapevines. All books are for sale and the visitors may bring home a piece of the artwork by http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/21434/bookyard-an-outdoor-library-by-massimo-bartolini.htmlleaving a donation of their choosing into a small box supplied by the artist and the libraries. The visitors may enjoy ‘bookyard’ until September, officially ends on 16 09 2012
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link < http://www.designrulz.com/outdoor-design/public-spaces-outdoor-design/2012/05/bookyard-an-expansive-outdoor-public-library-by-massimo-bartolini/ >

I appreciate the way in which the shelves continue to respond to the topography. It’s funny the way some shelves become obsolete as though the extrusion from the ground allows for no alteration of their height.

This expansive outdoor public library, called ‘bookyard’ was designed by Massimo Bartolini for Belgian Art Festival.

The ’Bookyard ‘ is placed in a garden, surrounded by trees and grapevines. All books are for sale and the visitors may bring home a piece of the artwork by http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/21434/bookyard-an-outdoor-library-by-massimo-bartolini.htmlleaving a donation of their choosing into a small box supplied by the artist and the libraries. The visitors may enjoy ‘bookyard’ until September, officially ends on 16 09 2012

link < http://www.designrulz.com/outdoor-design/public-spaces-outdoor-design/2012/05/bookyard-an-expansive-outdoor-public-library-by-massimo-bartolini/ >

I appreciate the way in which the shelves continue to respond to the topography. It&#8217;s funny the way some shelves become obsolete as though the extrusion from the ground allows for no alteration of their height.

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This expansive outdoor public library, called ‘bookyard’ was designed by Massimo Bartolini for Belgian Art Festival.
The ’Bookyard ‘ is placed in a garden, surrounded by trees and grapevines. All books are for sale and the visitors may bring home a piece of the artwork by http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/21434/bookyard-an-outdoor-library-by-massimo-bartolini.htmlleaving a donation of their choosing into a small box supplied by the artist and the libraries. The visitors may enjoy ‘bookyard’ until September, officially ends on 16&#160;09&#160;2012
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link &lt; http://www.designrulz.com/outdoor-design/public-spaces-outdoor-design/2012/05/bookyard-an-expansive-outdoor-public-library-by-massimo-bartolini/ &gt;

I appreciate the way in which the shelves continue to respond to the topography. It’s funny the way some shelves become obsolete as though the extrusion from the ground allows for no alteration of their height.

This expansive outdoor public library, called ‘bookyard’ was designed by Massimo Bartolini for Belgian Art Festival.

The ’Bookyard ‘ is placed in a garden, surrounded by trees and grapevines. All books are for sale and the visitors may bring home a piece of the artwork by http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/21434/bookyard-an-outdoor-library-by-massimo-bartolini.htmlleaving a donation of their choosing into a small box supplied by the artist and the libraries. The visitors may enjoy ‘bookyard’ until September, officially ends on 16 09 2012

link < http://www.designrulz.com/outdoor-design/public-spaces-outdoor-design/2012/05/bookyard-an-expansive-outdoor-public-library-by-massimo-bartolini/ >

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