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The Vennesla Library and Culture House  is a public library serving the inhabitants of Vennesla Municipality in Vest-Agder, Norway. The new library building completed in 2011 has won several architecture prizes and has been praised both within Norway and abroad.

Vennesla Library and Culture House - Vennesla, Norway. Helen and Hard, Architects. The structure contains the library, a cafe, meeting rooms and administrative offices.

Are we the only ones who've wanted a library like this after seeing Beauty & the Beast?  Disney version all the way...

George Lucas’s library at Skywalker Ranch, a company retreat in Marin County, California. I already loved George Lucas for his movies, now I love his library too

The 25 Most Beautiful Public Libraries in the World														  							 								By Emily Temple

The 25 Most Beautiful Public Libraries in the World

Guangzhou Opera House by Zaha Hadid by debbie

A whale's womb during an autopsy. Guangzhou Opera House, Guangzhou, 2010 by Zaha Hadid -architecture opera design theatre.

The wooden ceiling creates a beautiful sense of movement with its undulating pattern of waves that rhythmically guide the light through the space.

The wooden ceiling creates a beautiful sense of movement with its undulating pattern of waves that rhythmically guide the light through the space.Why not a lit, wooden ceiling in a small space.

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Located in Portland, Oregon, the Fennell residence, is one truly unique floating house. Designed by architect Robert Harvey Oshatz, this extraordinary house evokes the poetry of the ripples and contours of a river. (photos by Cameron Neilson)

Love House by Takeshi Hosaka Architects, Yokohama, Japan | Buildings | Architectural Review 33m2

Love House by Takeshi Hosaka Architects, Yokohama, Japan. Love House is a response to Japanese urbanism that makes the most of the available space light and air in the tightly packed city.

1905 Lobby remodel. Burnham and Root Rookery (1888). Frank Lloyd Wright

The Rookery The stunningly beautiful staircase and skylight at The Rookery in Chicago, by Burnham and Root. The building was completed in but Frank Lloyd Wright totally redesigned the skylit lobby in

"Tokyo Garden and House": An infill between two larger buildings, this 5-story townhouse lets light into the 4 meter-wide site by employing glass walls throughout. Gardens (and curtains) for each room help screen the homeowners from the neighbors, while also providing green relief to an otherwise sterile commercial street. | Design: Ryue Nishizawa, SANAA (2013) Photo: Iwan Baan

Garden and House by Ryue Nishizawa

The House and Garden Building, Tokyo. Designed by Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa. The house has no facade and no interior walls. Instead there are floor-to-ceiling windows, curtains and an array of.

Would be cool to have a house like this!!! They close kind of like a window that slides down with a button!

Pierre Cardin’s bubble house on the Cote d’Azur. The Bubble House in Cannes (France). In the early eighties, fashion designer Pierre Cardin bought this atypical summer house built by architect Antti Lovag. Photographed by Mai-Linh

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