Opposites Attract

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Selexyz Dominicanen Bookstore in Maastricht, Netherlands. Amsterdam based Merkx + Girod architects transformed this 13th century Dominican church into an impressive contemporary bookstore that now welcomes more than 700.000 visitors each year.  / photographs by Roos Aldershoff

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10 comments

  1. eyefordesignblog

    this is stunning.

  2. stephanie rodricks

    Oh wow!! Can see myself getting lost in there! for days!
    First admiring the place, then sitting somewhere quite and reading!
    Great post!

  3. Indeed a great place to get lost for days. thanks for the posting.

  4. This is your creative products?
    It’s too big and great … I enjoyed it.

  5. I’ve seen these pics before and I have say I never get tired of them. That library is just amazing, I could happily live there!

  6. Shan @ DearStephenKing

    Wow! Beautiful

  7. Reblogged this on 115 journals and commented:
    A reader’s dream!

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