Palmetto Library, located in the Georgian town of the same name, is designed to offer up the best possible views of the idyllic scenes that surround it. Sitting at the edge of a forest in the Chattahoochee Hills area, the library provides the perfect space for curling up with a book and letting the afternoon get away from oneself.
One of the keys to the library is to allow as much light to enter the interior as possible. As such, the spaces of the walls that hold windows extend far higher than the rest of the wall. These tall windows allow more light to pour in while also creating a unique and interesting structuration for the complex as a whole.
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