This animation created by Guy Adam Ailion explores the role of the public library when everything goes digital.
What happens to the spaces of books? and how should traditional spaces of information change for a digital world? Even better… in the developing world, how could the library nurture an information society, when people don’t have access at home? Could the future of the library be an urban information bar? Or a theatre of knowledge? And what does that really mean anyway?
The clip is the introduction to Guy’s architectural masters thesis called “Everywhere Is Here”. You can download it from this link (pdf document).