Photographer Captures Images of the Most Beautiful Libraries Around the World

Reinhard Görner

from Art Fido — June 6, 2018


Architectural beauty often pops up in the most unexpected and often overlooked locations. So, next time you’re loaning a novel, take a moment to look around — you might just spot something magnificent.

Reinhard Görner is a German photographer who, for the last 10 years, has been capturing the magnificence of libraries across the globe, making a name for himself within his field.

Here are some of our favourite libraries. What about yours?

 

 RED STAIRCASE, LELLO BOOKSTORE, PORTO, PORTUGAL 2015

RED STAIRCASE, LELLO BOOKSTORE, PORTO, PORTUGAL 2015

 Open Space, City Library. Stuttgart (2014)

Open Space, City Library. Stuttgart (2014)

 St. Peter's Abbey II. Austria (2016)

St. Peter's Abbey II. Austria (2016)

 MORGAN LIBRARY, NEW YORK, USA 2017

MORGAN LIBRARY, NEW YORK, USA 2017

 Palácio Nacional de Mafra I. Portugal (2016)

Palácio Nacional de Mafra I. Portugal (2016)

 

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