Pop-Up Library Constructed from 50,000 Books is Reader Haven

Pop-Up Library Constructed from 50,000 Books is Reader Haven

Lacuna is a public art space and library that is re-thinking the way we interact with physical books

Charlie Stephens
  • 9 april 2015

Later this year, The Bay Area Book Festival will be home to Lacuna, the world’s first ever library made-up entirely of books. With over 50,000 books composing its walls and a thatch roof constructed from actual pages, the art project is meant to encourage dialogue and serve as a “catalyst for education.”

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