Photo credit: Inigo Bujedo Aguirre

On first look, this library may look upside down, but it’s actually the “Vasconcelos Library — designed by Alberto Kalach architects — a 410,008-square-foot steel, concrete and glass leviathan in Mexico DF.” Click here for more pictures.

The specific area where the project was built was a barren urban landscape The buildings and gardens generate a new pole of urban ecological regeneration that expands over a densely populated area.

[via GizmodoArchdaily]

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