The Vennesla Library In Norway

The Vennesla Library In NorwayPhotography by Hufton + Crow.

Helen & Hard Architects designed the Vennesla Library and Cultural Center in Norway, using a 27-ribbed ceiling, timber beams, hidden air conditioning ducts, and cushion-lined hollowed sitting spaces. It was built with the intention of preserving and enhancing the amazing natural light of the space. If only all libraries were as well-designed as the Vennesla. [Dezeen]

Tags: architecture, libraries, helen-and-hard, vennesla
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