National Library of France | Dominique Perrault

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Update: National Library of France / Dominique Perrault © Franck Bohbot

Previously featured here on ArchDaily as one of our AD Classics, the National Library of by  was built in hopes to be the most modern library in the world. The competition of 1989 that included projects from 244 internationally renowned architects was won by , who was only 36 years old. Photographer Franck Bohbot recently shared with us an extremely rare glimpse of the National Library, with a completely empty interior.

http://www.archdaily.com/141352/update-national-library-of-france-dominique-perrault/

 

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