Image 1: Library cube with night lighting: cubic structure of 3 cm white painted marine plywood for two walls, transparent... Read More
Image 1: Library cube with night lighting: cubic structure of 3 cm white painted marine plywood for two walls, transparent laminated glass, cover made of slated tar paper. Two glass walls, one for entrance. Bankirai stage floor with impregnation. Measurements: cube cm 400 x cm 400, floor cm 600 x cm 600
Image 2: Children's Urban Library “The Book’sTree”
Measurements: H cm 220, W cm 175, D cm 90 Cardboard seating cubes in different sizes
The project, aimed at children up to fifth grade, is to be placed in a green area such as a garden or city park. The structure consists of a cube with two white wooden walls and two glass walls, one of which can be opened. The cube is placed on a wooden base that also provides as a support for outdoor seating. Inside is the book tree made up of cubes of various sizes and removable seating to be moved outside during daily use. The variety of books, also in foreign languages, would be about a hundred. Illuminated at night. The choice of cardboard material for the interior bookcase takes on an continuing significance with the books, environmentally sustainable, recycled, robust and tactile, now at the forefront of interior design. The cardboard is made fireproof, waterproof and treated with non-toxic colors. The mission of this project is to bring children closer to reading in an environment where nature is the backdrop. From this platform, initiatives related to reading invitation programs, children's shows and parental reading and social inclusion can be created. It would also qualify the city's street furniture with a simple but aesthetically pleasing structure.
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