The Seattle Library is... different.

Boston Magazine recently posted an article about the newly redesigned Boston Public Library-Central Library’s Johnson Building. The remodel focused on youth-oriented spaces, and it looks incredibly cool:
The reopened second floor contains the children’s library, which now boasts an early literacy area with a sensory learning wall, a story time space, and a special space for tweens. The nearby “Teen Central,” designed with an urban feel in mind, contains diner-style booths for doing homework or hanging out, as well as a digital lab with graphic design software and a 3D printer."
There's also a video game lounge, which seems like it's taking "teen-friendly" a little too far, but whatever. The space looks great (there are loads of pictures in the article), and I'm totally jealous.
Posted by: Julianka


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