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Germany's Stuttgart City Library Features an Open-Concept Style

By: Leslie Chen - Published: • References: google & thecoolhunter
Located in the city of Stuttgart in Germany, the Stuttgart City Library features a cubic structure that competes with some of the most contemporary designs in the world today.

The Stuttgart City Library is designed by Korean architect Eun Young Yi and took a total of three years to complete. According to the Cool Hunter, the library features two underground floors and nine above ground. Furthermore, the creation has an open-concept design connected by staircases that are all visible by looking right down the centre of the building.

Even if you don't enjoy the act of borrowing books, the Stuttgart City Library will make the experience a seriously stunning one.

Implications - Modern-day shoppers are attracted to designs that feature an ultra contemporary style. Companies trying to increase their profit levels could focus on developing more items with a clean-cut aesthetic.

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