Collection by Kelsey Keith

Libraries We Love

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Who says libraries must be dusty, solemn affairs? Libraries of today can be big, small, architecturally-placed, temporary, or hidden away behind a rolling track door. Here we've rounded up a few samples to suit every taste from the Dwell archive.

Cohen and his wife, Sally, sit in the dining room, which along with the connected living room, is a focal point of the...
Three-year-old Ran Sugiura peers out the front door of her Tokyo home, a concept-driven yet surprisingly livable piece...
The main living room, separated by a freestanding wall, continues into an open study.
With exposed industrial materials for finishes, the interior includes hand-troweled, waxed concrete floors, Douglas fir...
Dan Garness used paint and well-placed windows to keep Duane’s office bright and airy.
Throughout the house, built-in storage and shelving is cleverly positioned in alcoves and recesses, as in the dining...
Molina and Turin combined angle and bar aluminum from Industrial Metal Supply Company and wheels from Pro-Fit Cabinet...
Ben’s office contains an impressive reference library for his inventory of antiquarian books.
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