This Library’s Sweet New Design Uses Ice Cream Tubs As Walls
A new building in Indonesia uses cheap, durable buckets to turn an old stage into a safe space for learning
Public libraries are important community spaces but they aren’t always first for funding. However, Dutch architecture firm Shau is helping to create a series of micro-libraries in Indonesia, the first of which ingeniously uses ice cream tubs.
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