This Library was Designed by BC Architects for a School for Deaf Children

By: Lacey-Jane Walsh - Published: Jan 28, 2014 • References: & designboom
BC Architects designed this brilliant wood-covered library as part of a school devoted to deaf children, which is currently under construction in Muyinga, Burundi. This is actually the first library to ever be built in Muyinga, which is in itself exciting. This cozy library provides its community with a beautiful book-filled spot that doubles as a hideout from extreme heat or pouring rain.

The interior of this striking library features a netted hammock which allows children to curl up with a good book in a comfortable position. There are also tables and chairs within the library, which means that there's plenty of space for knowledge-hungry individuals to hunker down and read. This space also incorporates bookshelf steps, which means that this library is completely packed with books.

This cleverly designed library provides people with a chic space in which to read and relax.

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