Musashino Place is a library located in Tokyo that promotes learning on top of a number of other activities. Moreover, due to its design, the space promotes collaboration too, which is not always common in a library setting.
The space takes on a very rounded look, without an excessive number of right angles. In the reading area, natural light is able to seep through above since the architects left this area open for windows. Having this sunlight come in is much more conducive to the learning experience.
Although this is partly a library, it is also a space for events and youth activities too, giving the people in the area somewhere to find a wide range of educational offerings. The Musashino Place is perfect for kids growing up and looking to learn.
Photo Credits: designboom, kwhg.co.jp
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