Have you checked out Google’s Worldwide Map of Little Free Libraries? And most aren’t even on there! The Little Free Libraries have moved off the front porch of suburbia and taken hold in urban environments everywhere. From sidewalks to parks, they are bringing neighbors together in all kinds of ways.More
The Architectural League and PEN World Voices Festival bring Little Free Libraries to Manhattan. Shelves are stocked by the goodwill of local book enthusiasts.More
The Carnaby Book Exchange offers a respite from the busy shops of Kingly Court.
From a posh London shopping center to a wooden birdhouse in Brooklyn to a bright plastic pod in Nolita, the familiar public library is being re-imagined and reinvented. With the rise of casual neighborhood libraries that require no library card, …More
Today’s Daily What?! is the Little Free Library in Nolita. 10 such lending libraries, all of different designs were launched over IDEAS City weekendMore