A library is not just a collection of books, but also the buildings that house them. As varied and inventive as the volumes they hold, such buildings can be much more than the dusty, dark wooden shelves found in mystery stories or the catacombs of stacks in the basements of academia. From the great dome of the Library of Congress, to the white façade of the Seinäjoki Library in Finland, to the ancient ruins of the library of Pergamum in modern Turkey, the architecture of a library is a symbol of its time as well as of its builders’ wealth, culture, and Learning.
Stucchi. Capolavori conosciuti nella storia dell’arte
Zamperini Alessandra, Sassi Editore, 2012, 352 p., cm. 28,5x33,5, rilegato
Le ambasciate d’Italia nel mondo. Vol. 3
Mariapia Fanfani, Giulio Del Balzo, Silvana Editoriale, 1978, 317 p., cm. 24,5x34,5, rilegato in tela con cofanetto