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Pierre Chareau, Bibliothèque, Maison de Verre, 1931.

Pierre Chareau, Bibliothèque, Maison de Verre, 1931.

Library bookcase door.

Library bookcase door.

village home

village home

The Homes of German Village by alamo square, via Flickr - Great paint colors on this house.

The Homes of German Village by alamo square, via Flickr - Great paint colors on this house.

Dublex evim prefabrik olsun düşünceniz varsa doğru iz üstündesiniz. http://prefabrikimalat.tumblr.com

Dublex evim prefabrik olsun düşünceniz varsa doğru iz üstündesiniz. http://prefabrikimalat.tumblr.com

i would love this in my house... i just dont have enough books to take up even one of those shelves :)

i would love this in my house... i just dont have enough books to take up even one of those shelves :)

“And that's why books are never going to die. It's impossible. It's the only time we really go into the mind of a stranger, and we find our common humanity doing this. So the book doesn't only belong to the writer, it belongs to the reader as well, and then together you make it what it is.”   ― Paul Auster, photo uncredited

“And that's why books are never going to die. It's impossible. It's the only time we really go into the mind of a stranger, and we find our common humanity doing this. So the book doesn't only belong to the writer, it belongs to the reader as well, and then together you make it what it is.” ― Paul Auster, photo uncredited

“And that's why books are never going to die. It's impossible. It's the only time we really go into the mind of a stranger, and we find our common humanity doing this. So the book doesn't only belong to the writer, it belongs to the reader as well, and then together you make it what it is.”   ― Paul Auster, photo uncredited

“And that's why books are never going to die. It's impossible. It's the only time we really go into the mind of a stranger, and we find our common humanity doing this. So the book doesn't only belong to the writer, it belongs to the reader as well, and then together you make it what it is.” ― Paul Auster, photo uncredited

by 伊藤若冲  Jakuchu Ito

by 伊藤若冲 Jakuchu Ito