Stuttgart City Library. Designed by Korean designer Yi Eun-young, the exterior is a nine-story cubic box of concrete and glass bricks. It is very simple and very oriental. It is not easy to adopt the design of an Asian architect in Germany with a profound design and a famous architect.
The most shocking thing is this pure white atrium space, five floors high, sacred and quiet. The bookshelves are displayed in an orderly manner like supermarket shelves. The white external staircase provides up and down traffic, and the space of the Founder is full of fun. The blue seats, the people who read them, are dotted in them. Instead of using artificial lighting, the architects naturally lit through the transparent ceiling, saving energy and making the interior full of warmth.
This library has a library of 500,000 books as a city library, which should not be too much. Another feature of the library is that there is a large rooftop, which can be reached to the rooftop overlooking Stuttgart before 6 pm. Next to the oversized shopping center Milaneo, you can eat and shop
Transport: Metro Ubahn5/6/7/15 to Stadtsbibliothek station, just a few steps away. Or U12 to Budapester Platz.
The Stuttgart City Library is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. There is no direct lighting in the whole hall, and the white is also used as the main tone. The museum is designed by the German Korean designer YiEun-young, and its cube structure is inspired by the design. In the Pantheon of ancient Rome, the center of the library has designed a "heart" of a straight structure, which is convenient for multi-floor meetings, and allows natural light to penetrate the roof and be shot into the museum.