Northcliffe Library, 2015


The internet and e-books are convenient sources of information, yet, it would not be enough for those who are engaged in an intense, lifelong love affair with books. As a contemporary reinterpretation of a classical library, Northcliffe Library exhibits the beauty of books through being a temple of books – encouraging book-lovers to touch and smell printed books.




“This is an image that makes you wander, literally. Even with its repetitiveness and simplicity if forces you to look around – the same repetitiveness with its never-ending reflections that make you go into a visual rabbit hole. Infinite, like its reflections, is the amount of time you can stare at this moody piece. The irony is that you get all these feelings in what is obviously a very small, confined space.” – Carlos Cristerna (President of the American Society of Architectural Illustrators)






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