No matter how much advance the world became, the printed words can’t die. Especially not in Germany. This country has beautiful, famous libraries for all the book lovers. From historic to modern masterpieces, Germany has the intellectual places you should definitely visit in your life. The stunning Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart Library in Germany has a unique physical presence with a cube like design and blissful white interior.
With its original, white finishes, spick-and-span shelves and luminous glow everywhere, this library is a dreamlike. The Stuttgart City Library in Germany was inaugurated on 21st October, 2011 and designed by the architectural firm Yi Architects, who also won a competition for the project in 1999. This library gives you more than a little bit of the feeling of an M.C Escher painting.
Check out the pictures that portray the actual library’s interior. It’s like a computer generated photos of any giant futuristic place. But it’s real!
And the library at night… What’s more mesmerizing than this?
It doesn’t seem as the soothing place to sit and flick your favorite book’s pages, it’s definitely a must see place for everyone.
Much whiter than you think!
Indeed a real place for bookworms
Yes, it’s beautiful
Comprises of 9 stories, it is nothing but a one stop shop for the real book lovers. It has a multi-floor reading space with a glass ceiling, which lights up the whole library during the day time.
Moreover, the gallery hall has 5 floors, that is surrounded by bookshelves on every corner.
Well, one must say that this gigantic library in Germany is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places for the readers.