Over the years I've often wondered exactly how much a material it takes to make you feel that you're inside something. Architects often feel that unless we're totally enclosed by the architecture then we're not really inside. This library by richärd+bauer shows that you can form the architecture with minimal visual separation separating one from the beautiful outdoor environment. The point to be made is that if you strip enough partitions away, you will eventually feel outdoors, but you never know when that's going to be until you start peeling. Often you'll find you don't need as much material as you once thought.
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