Today’s post features another one of my favorite libraries from around the world. The Vennesla Library and Culture House in Norway is gorgeously modern inside and out. Completed in 2011, this library serves as a book haven, a learning center, and a house of culture.
Don’t you just love this library’s space-aged interior and all those lovely little book nooks? Not to mention that ceiling. Wow! Surprisingly, not everyone loves this library. Some have complained that while the building is modern and looks great, its functionality as a library is, well, not so great. One Norwegian newspaper even said that the building was inconvenient for normal library use. Now isn’t that interesting?
The Vennesla Library and Culture House
See you soon for the letter W.