For the Kids Central Library, Boston Public Library The second floor of the Central Library’s Johnson Building has been transformed into a kid and teen wonderland awash in natural light and bright colors. The kids’ area features new storytime spaces and a tween area, while the teen area is tech-friendly, with a digital lab, a media lounge, and homework and hangout booths. Project: Renovation Architect: William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc. Size: 42,245 square feet Cost: $16.1 million
Library Design | Children's Library | Kindergartens in Tromsø, Norway by 70ºN Arkitektur | Removable Seating.....Its been done so many times in various forms....but that's because it works and the children love the interaction with the fabric of the building.
I could so do this with my room! Get a plasma & hang it on the wall instead of the books and have a curtain dividing it from the rest of my room. Have bookshelves on the other side of the wall with a pallet couch me & my aunt are building. Ahh. I love it!