Seinäjoki City Library by Jkmm Architects
Seinäjoki is a city library which built in 1965 in Finland, within one administrative center.It is modernized by studio JKMM architects.New and old building making together a unique composition which resembles a stylized three leaves.The general area of the library is 4430 square meters.The new bulding from outside looks pretty simple.Architects had tasked to enhance and radically change her functional purpose.It was important to create necessary conditions to encourage visitors to the library work and communication.Special attention is to be a younger age group as to arouse their interest in the project. image by http://www.betoni.com/
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Seinäjoki now boasts of his world class library where the children and fans of beletristika non fikshn have their own space under the one roof which looks like a three.
The fasade of the library APILA part glazed, part covered with white plaster and copper panels.The original great hall ceiling is made of reinforced concrete.The library has a modern play area, light and space for youthful books, music and videos.Especially interesting are downstairs for reading.
Profile of a ceiling is so well thought out in terms of acoustics, there is no noise in the main hall . image bybyhttp://www.archdaily.mx/ image by http://arinfan.com/ image by http://www.librarybuildings.info/image by http://www.archdaily.mx/image by http://loykkionkirjastossatapahtuu.wordpress.com/image by http://www.slideshare.net/ image by https://duranvirginia.wordpress.com/ image by http://www.slideshare.net/