African Design Magazine November 2015 - Page 90

In Closing THE WORLD’S BUILDINGS The Kansas City Public Library in Missouri is an intriguing piece of architecture resembling a book shelf. This striking façade, which runs along the south wall of the Central Library, features book spines measuring 25 feet by 9 feet. Love it or hate it, you cannot help but be curious about its origins. Read more about it HERE or watch a video on the building HERE 90