The Alphabet Library September 24, 2012 – Tags: , ,

The library archives of the Department of Pierres Vives in Montpellier, France was in need of a new reading room. 

And luckily architect Stephane Hof was ready.

The design  comprises an entrance desk, an information desk, reading room tables and library shelves.

Hof “combined the different functions of the program into a single object in order to create a new dialogue between the tables and the library and a continuous flow through the entire space. The tables bend around the back wall to form the library with each piece of the puzzle referencing a letter of the alphabet.”

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