گاهی ساده ترین طرح ها از پیچیده ترین طرح ها هم جذاب تر و بهتر از آب در میان.
خیلی لذت بردم از این کتابخوونه!
هر بار که سربالا می کنی عظمت کتاب های نخونده در چشمت میاد و این که چقدر عقبی از جایی که باید بهش برسی.. .قدر و همت آدمی رو بالا می بره این فضاسازی و خب در عین حال یک گنبد و نورگیر سقفی خوب کاربردی هم خلق کرده.
Ever wondered how a massive bookcase can become part of a working space? This is a fantastic solution – constructing a round bookcase hovering above the work space. Designed by Travis Price Architects, this interesting space arrangement was created for Wade Davis. He needed a space that would encompass his interests. Being an anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author and photographer, Wade Davis’ Writing Studio had to convey a feeling of enthusiasm and knowledge, so Travis Price Architects imagined a cave-inspired design that would capture natural light and bring it inside.
By building a dome above Dave’s workspace, the architect designed an unusual space that would display the most used books, which enables the client to interact with his them in an inspiring setting. The architects describes this dome “as similar to the rotunda of the oracle’s temple at Delphi“, while Davis calls it his “Navajo kiva of knowledge“. As they say, “with great power comes great responsibility” – this in seen in the respect this arrangement has for the books and their human counterpart. On a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you like this working space?