Library Shelves Display Different Languages Based On Your View [Pics]

Library Shelves Display Different Languages Based On Your View [Pics]
Design

Designer Chat Travieso’s 'Word Play' installation displays the word “Library” in English, Spanish, and Chinese, depending on where the viewer is.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 july 2013

Brooklyn-based artist and architectural designer Chat Travieso‘s creation ‘Word Play’ is a little free library with layered wood pieces resembling the vertical patterns produced by books on shelves. It displays the word “Library” in English, Spanish, or Chinese, depending on where a person views it from.

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