The UvA University Library is a Book-Less Archive

 - Oct 28, 2010
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Dutch designers Studio Roelof Mulder and Bureau Ira Koers have teamed up to create the UvA (University of Amsterdam) University Library, featuring no physical copies of any books.

The UvA University Library was converted from a 27,000-square foot library into a study hall that can hold up to 2,000 students. Books are still available to check out, but students have to request them online and pick them up at the 'red room.' Check out the UvA University Library for yourself in the featured gallery.