allthingseurope: Stockholm, Sweden (by calzean) (the curious bumblebee)
allthingseurope: Stockholm, Sweden (by calzean)
Stockholm’s rotunda library building, designed by architect Gunnar Asplund, was completed in 1932 and is still considered one of the city’s most important buildings. It is primarily comprised of a round lending hall in a tall cylindrical shape and also contains interior reading rooms. Polished black stucco gives the entrance a dramatic flair, and the hanging chandelier captures lights from the high clerestory windows.
Art in the subway: Stockholm's official visitors guide Stockholm’s Metro is said to be the longest art exhibition in the world - 110 km long