Designed by architecture firm Stereotank, this inhabitable mini-lending outpost enables visitors to immerse themselves in the space.

Architecture firm Stereotank designed the Little Free Library in Nolita, where visitors can take and return a book or just browse through them. It was brought to NYC by the Architectural League of New York and Pen World Voices Festival.

Ten designers were chosen to create different versions of the Little Free Library in Downtown Manhattan. Stereotank's design outside St. Patrick's Old Cathedral School in Nolita is an “inhabitable” Little Free Library where users can immerse themselves.

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