Urban landscape photographer Franck Bohbot is currently working on a new series titled House Of Books, where he is paying tribute to the beautiful architecture of libraries all over the world. What has started in Paris and Rome will eventually make its way around the rest of Europe, South America, Asia and North America. As a huge fan of Candida Höffer, I love what I see and look forward to keeping close tabs on Franck’s ongoing project.
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What an incredible idea and such beautiful photos. It makes me want to move my blogging office from my local coffee shop to the New York Public Library. Talk about instant inspiration. Love the wide scope of your posts. Keep them coming.
what an awesome project…i love libraries, i am so excited to follow this!
This is heavenly. I love beautiful libraries!
Woah! So amazing! Some of these remind me of the library in Beauty and the Beast. (I’ve lusted after gorgeous and massive libraries since I was little!)
I wish you happy holidays!
I hope to see the Long Room at Trinity College and El Ateneo Grand Splendid (booksore not library)! They are both so amazing and little less known perhaps 🙂 Cool post!
love this post!
I love this, this is so amazing. Stories upon stories and knowledge upon knowledge
These are absolutely stunning! I’ve always loved the beauty of books and when paired with fantastic architecture/design it’s unbeatable.
wow! amazing photos. what a great idea for a collection!
Amazing amazing libraries..you feel inspired in this places..
Omg these are so pretty, I love them
those libraries are stunning!wow!
now i just want to live in a library!!!!