Franck Bohbot has traveled the world to add to his portfolio of library photography. Libraries have always been an esteemed educational space, yet their architectural beauty is often overlooked. Bohbot has traveled from Rome to Tokyo and has captured drastically different versions of libraries, some centuries old and others ultra modern.
It is interesting to look at the many distinct cities Bohbot traveled to and assess the architectural detail that adorn these cultural institutions. This library photography series is a great reminder of how the architecture of each city and era are extremely different. Despite unique aesthetic differences, each of these libraries showcase an abundance of wonderful books. This photo series reminds us the next time we're in a library, take your eyes off your book for a second and admire the magnificent interior.
This Photographer Captures Libraries and Their Book-Covered Beauty
Christopher Magsambol — October 8, 2015 — Art & Design
References: franckbohbot & mymodernmet